Earlier today, PlayStation revealed two new PlayStation VR titles: Eclipse and Classroom Aquatic.
Eclipse is being developed by White Elk Studios, the people responsible for developing the God of War demo that Shuhei Yoshida demoed at GDC 2014. Eclipse is a first-person exploration title designed for VR, placing you on an adventure to find a supernatural relic, the “Artifact.” As players collect more pieces of the Artifact, they will be able to control the world, unlocking new areas to help uncover the mysteries of the past and escape the planet.
No official launch date was announced for the title. Check out the screenshots below for a better idea of what to look forward to:
Meanwhile, the KickStarted porpoise game from Sunken Places, Classroom Aquatic will also be making the jump to PlayStation VR. Self-labeled as “the world’s first trivial/stealth game” in virtual reality, players take on the role as a woefully unprepared exchange student in a school of dolphins, right in the middle of taking a test. In order to pass, players must resort to cheating.
Okay, we admit, this game sounds kind of out there. But it definitely is a less-traditional concept, and may provide some Octodad-esque fun! Check out the screenshots and trailer below: