Certain, there’s little question Ghost of Tsushima is nice, however what for those who may exist inside Sucker Punch’s beautiful historic world? Arashi: Castles of Sin goals to reply the query by bringing Tenchu-esque sandbox stealth motion to the PSVR headset. Clearly it doesn’t have the funds of Sony’s blockbuster, however you get a pet wolf and might toss shurikens in first-person, so it’s not an entire write-off.
“Arashi is constructed from the bottom up for VR,” co-founder Tom Doyle wrote on the PS Blog. “With state-of-the-art motion and a lethal arsenal of feudal period weapons, there are countless methods to play. Personally, I exploit the spider strategy – setting traps and luring enemies into my net for the ambush kill. Your mileage, or playstyle, could differ.”
The sport’s due out this summer season, and along with its versatile gameplay programs, is promising a deep and immersive plot. “At Endeavor One, we’re big followers of style filmmaking,” Doyled added. “We’ve a ardour for storytelling and a love of making immersive experiences – it’s what drew us to VR within the first place.” You possibly can take a look at the trailer embedded above.