SuperHyperCube first debuted alongside the PlayStation VR’s launch back in October as a Tetris-esque VR puzzler, with developer Polytron indicating that the title is heading to new platforms with an appropriately puzzling tweet.
Polytron has announced via Twitter that SuperHyperCube will be coming to the HTC Vive, with the studio’s announcement revealing the news through a GIF that showcases the HTC Vive’s signature motion controllers in a style that’s unmistakably SuperHyperCube.
No other details have been revealed at this time regarding price or release date for the title on HTC Vive, but hopefully we won’t have to wait too long for the title to appear on the VR platform for PC and Vive users.
SuperHyperCube released first on PlayStation VR to coincide with the platform’s launch in October and was planned to be released on Oculus Rift down the line. However, Polytron ultimately canceled the Rift version of the title in protest of Oculus founder Palmer Luckey’s involvement with questionable organizations of a political nature, of which the studio has strongly shown its disagreements with.
SuperHyperCube is available now for PS4 via PlayStation VR, with the title expected to release on HTC Vive in the near future.
NOW LOADING… pic.twitter.com/oPl3D1BonS
— Polytron (@Polytron) January 30, 2017