PC, PS4

Lately, UK programmer 3rd Eye Studios has announced new info about its upcoming indie title   Downward Spiral.

According to the press release, Downward Spiral: Horus Station will launch first on Thursday, May 31 for PC. Additionally, if you own an HTC Vive, Oculus Rift, and also Windows Mixed Reality headset, you will have the choice to play with the game in virtual reality for19.99. Even though the PlayStation 4 (with discretionary PlayStation VR service) is slated to launch sometime this summer, together with the official release date yet to be announced.

Downward Spiral: Horus Station is a science-fiction, zero-gravity space adventure. Back in Downward Spiral, players are tasked with players exploring an abandoned vessel. As you progress through the empty location, you may unravel the puzzle of this space station and why it’s drifting away endlessly in distance all while fending off the threats which lurk within. To safeguard yourself in the impending dangers, players will need to use the ship’s upkeep hardware, such as rail guns, and arc welders to take out threats.

3rd Eye Studios has stated that a number of the main selling factors for Downward Spiral include are its atmosphere,   ecological storytelling, and 70s-inspired soundtrack composed by Ville Valo.

To find out more on the game, have a look at the developer journal beneath this report.

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