Tetris Effect Is Coming To PlayStation VR

Tetris Effect Is Coming To PlayStation VR

Sony says the game will have 30 different levels set to their own music, sound effects and graphical style. The game is in development by the same team that worked on Rez Infinite and Lumines.

Is pretty hard to predict any of the games Sony will announce prior to E3 2018 conference as there many games under development right now.

Tetris Effect looks like something cooked up by Marvel's Doctor Strange, as it attempts to amplify this phenomenon with some fantastic imagery, shapes and colors, combined with hypnotic music and sounds. CEO Tetsuya Mizuguchi also produced Meteos while at Q Entertainmentfor Nintendo DS. Lucky E3 2018 attendees will be able to actually play a demo of the game on the show floor.

The classic game Tetris is getting an update before coming to the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation VR.

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Anyway, Tetris Effect looks like more of the same, which is awesome! First, it looks incredible: The trailer (which Sony insists in a blog post uses only game assets) shows off a game that looks like a vibrant combination of Tetris and a library of iTunes visualizers. This includes everything from music and backgrounds changing to the game pieces shimmering or dancing, all in ideal timing to the music.

Fan-favorite modes like Marathon, Sprint, and Ultra, with more all-new modes and other features to be revealed before launch. Additional modes will be announced later this summer, we're told.

Tetris Effect will come to PlayStation 4, and will also support PS VR, and 4K display on PS4 Pro. Tomorrow, we'll get a release date for an upcoming game from Worldwide Studios, while a new PS4 game will be revealed on Friday. A brand new "Zone" mechanic will be introduced, where players can stop time by entering "the Zone" and get themselves out of a jam or line up for that extra special bonus clear.

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