Developer Polyarc's wonderful virtual reality mouse adventure Moss, previously a PSVR exclusive, is now available on PC, supporting both Oculus Rift and Vive.
Moss, the adorable PlayStation VR game which made us all go 'awwww' during last year's Sony E3 press event, finally has a release date.
It arrives next week on Tuesday, 27th February.
As the reader of a magical storybook, you guide Quill the mouse through a fantasy world by poking, pointing and playing with the environment. There are beasties to fight, paths to find, and... really you're just going to play this because the mouse looks cute.
Developer Polyarc has released new gameplay footage of its adorable, mouse-themed PSVR platform puzzler Moss, due to arrive on PS4 soon.
Moss charts the adventures of the tiny Quill as she journeys through a gorgeously rendered, human-sized fantasy world. Its first unusual trick is its clever use of a hybrid first-person / third-person perspective. Although a cursory glance might suggest similarities to the sweepingly cinematic, surprisingly effective cameras used in the likes of Chronos and Edge of Nowhere, Moss is designed to give you a far greater sense presence in the world.
Rather than merely being a passive observer, Moss casts you in the role of an actual being, a spirit known as a Reader. You view the world through the Reader's eyes, and can fully interact with everything around you. Even Quill is totally aware of your presence.
LocoRoco 2 will launch for PlayStation 4 on 9th December, Sony just announced via PlayStation's Paris Games Week press briefing pre-stream.
Beautiful PlayStation VR game Moss will launch in February 2018, meanwhile.
The pre-stream also showed off a selection of other upcoming indies, including the promising-looking temporal-control platformer The Gardens Between.