Moss Physical Release Officially Announced by Polyarc and Perp Games; Coming Next Month
After being leaked by Amazon yesterday, Polyarc and Perp Games have confirmed that Moss will be releasing physically on PS4 next month.
Yesterday, a physical release of PlayStation VR platformer Moss was leaked on Amazon, release date and all. Today, developer Polyarc and publisher Perp Games confirmed that they will be releasing a physical version of the critically acclaimed PlayStation VR title next month.
According to its developers, the physical version of the game will be available at most major retailers, and can already be pre-ordered online via sites like Amazon. The game will be available physically on June 12, and will cost players $29.99. There does not seem to be anything extra included with this retail release, but it should still please those who prefer to collect games physically all the same.
Tam Armstrong, CEO and Co-Founder of Polyarc, commented on why the developers decided to release Moss physically:
“Our goal when creating Moss was to build a special, unique world people could transport themselves to and really experience the magic of VR. Launching Moss as a digital-only game was a great way to introduce Quill to players around the world. And now, with the release of the Moss disc, we’re excited to share with even more players who prefer a physical copy of the game.”
Meanwhile, Rob Edwards, Managing Director of publisher Perp Games, discussed working with Polyarc on the physical release of the game:
“Like the rest of the world, we fell in love with Quill when we first met her during E3 last year. Polyarc combined incredible storytelling techniques with extensive development skills, and the result was outstanding. Moss is quite simply breathtaking, and it is an honor to work with Polyarc on the physical boxed release.”
You can check out a new trailer for this physical release below. Moss is currently available on PS4 (for PlayStation VR) digitally, but will be available physically on June 12.
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