Metal Gear Solid-Inspired Volume's Free PS VR Expansion Gets an E3 Teaser
The disembodied controller will take some getting used to.
Mike Bithell, creator of Thomas Was Alone, previously announced that he was bringing his latest game Volume to PlayStation VR in an expansion called Volume: Coda. Now, a short teaser video gives a glimpse of what playing the game in VR is actually like.
The short video (which you can watch above) is a teaser for Volume: Coda's presence at E3 2016, where, according to Bithell, it'll be playable for attendees of Sony's E3 showcase.
Coda is a PS VR exclusive, and it's a free expansion for the base game. It includes 30 levels and a new story and protagonist. It's also quite a different way to play: you can rotate and change the size of the in-game board using the controller.
Volume is a puzzle game inspired by Metal Gear Solid: VR Missions, and it originally launched in August 2015. When it came out, GameSpot gave it an 8/10. You can read our full review here. The base game is available on PS4, Vita, and PC.
Sony's PS VR headset, which launches in October, will likely have a big presence at this year's E3. Keep an eye on GameSpot for all the information coming out of the E3 2016 conference next week about PS VR and more.
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