Coming off the success of the indie hit Thomas Was Alone, developer Mike Bithell followed up the geometric puzzle platformer with the stealth-oriented Volume in August of this year, and now players will see the indie title in a whole new dimension next year with PlayStation VR.
In a new post on the PlayStation Blog, Bithell announced a brand new, free expansion called Volume: Coda, which will be coming first to PlayStation VR at launch next year. Coda will introduce a new story after the events of the original game, with a new character, 30 new levels, an expanded voice acting cast, and a new VR-inspired setting where players take on the role of “The Troubleshooter.”
Volume: Coda will release alongside PlayStation VR’s debut in 2016, though no more specific timeframe or date have been revealed at this time. In addition to Coda‘s release, Bithell detailed that the core campaign of Volume will also support PlayStation VR when it releases, along with access to all of the user-created levels and Staff Picks.
Volume is currently available for PS4 and PC, with a PS Vita version of the game currently in development – the game’s expansion, Volume: Coda, is expected to launch alongside PlayStation VR in 2016.