Lately, UK programmer 3rd Eye Studios has announced new details about its upcoming indie title Downward Spiral.
According to the press launch, Downward Spiral: Horus Station will launch on Thursday, May 31 for PC. Additionally, if you own an HTC Vive, Oculus Rift, and also Windows Mixed Reality headset, then you will have the option to play with the game in virtual reality for19.99. Even though the PlayStation 4 (with elective PlayStation VR service) is slated to launch sometime this summer, with the official launch date yet to be announced.
Downward Spiral: Horus Station is a science-fiction, zero-gravity space adventure. At Downward Spiral, players are tasked with players exploring an abandoned boat. As you progress through the vacant location, you will unravel the mystery of the space station and why it is drifting off in distance all while fending off the threats which lurk within. To protect yourself from the impending dangers, players will need to use the boat’s upkeep hardware, such as rail guns, and arc welders to carry out threats.
3rd Eye Studios has said that a number of the main selling factors for Downward Spiral include are its atmosphere, environmental storytelling, and 70s-inspired soundtrack written by Ville Valo.
To learn more on the game, have a look at the developer diary below this report.