Futuridium Developer Prepares to Show New Morpheus Game at E3; Running at 120 FPS Natively

on June 12, 2015 3:58 PM

Futuridium developer MixedBag announced today via press release that it will showcase a new Project Morpheus game at E3.

The unannounced game, which will be playable on the show floor, runs at 120 frames per second natively “with reprojection added on top for the smoothest experience possible,” as mentioned by the studio co-founder Mauro Fanelli.

The announcement also mentioned that the studio is planning a “very cool initiative” focused on its upcoming action adventure game¬†forma.8 (which will be released on PS4, PS Vita, Wii U, PC, iOS, Mac and Linux).¬†It will be announced next week.

Above you can see a teaser image, which seems to indicate the involvement of mecha, with a visual style similar to Futuridium.

 /  Executive News Editor
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