Space research indie Outer Wilds is earning its way to the PS4 and will be accessible in a few days’ periods.
The game was a crowdfunding program that was initially published for PC via the Epic Games Store and for the Xbox One in the month of May.
It is set in a solar system clasped in a 22-minute time loop, and it does not wait for you to join its universe.
You will have to explore all the planets in it at different moments – they are going through several cataclysmic events and turn every few minutes — to be able to solve its mysteries.
In a blog post declaring the release, Mobius Digital producer Kelsey Rice told all the secrets players to uncover are important and will assist shed light on “aa web of interconnected mysteries.”
None of them was worded in as filler for an irrelevant storyline, so the producer is admonishing interested players not to see others playing the game until they have played it themselves.
You do not have to wait for that long anyway: the game is docking on the PS4 on October 15th.
Also, the sun is erupting and many of the realms around you are undergoing their own different cataclysms:
one earth is covered with increasingly brutal storms, another is granulated into the black hole at its center, things like that.
Whatever you do in-game, it is going to be your final ride… kind of. If you die, if it is from the nova itself or some tinier catastrophe, all the things you have found out are stocked (both in your IN REAL LIFE brain and in your ship’s PC) and your viewpoint loops back around to just before you inaugurated. Then you can aviate again, and again, and figure out all the stuff you lost before.