Mike Bithelll's stealthy cyberpunk adventure Volume is getting a free PlayStation VR expansion called Coda.
It adds 30 new levels along with an all new story and protagonist.
One neat addition to this VR expansion is the ability to scale and rotate the board. "You can make swoosh sounds if you want to while doing so," Bithell told Eurogamer. "No expense spared."
The PlayStation Vita version of Volume will finally launch on 6th January, developer Mike Bithell has announced (or, if you live in North American, 5th January).
It will arrive almost six months after its PC and PlayStation 4 brethren, which originally released back in August.
At the time, Bithell said the Vita version would be delayed a couple of weeks due to personal problems and submission to Sony.
Indie stealth game Volume will gain a new set of levels via story expansion Coda.
The add-on launches first via Sony's upcoming PlayStation VR and will be available at the headset's launch - whenever that may be in 2016.
Coda will be free to any existing owner of Volume on PlayStation 4 and contains 30 new missions set after the main game's campaign.
I wonder: do you end up saving money in sales or spending more because things are on sale? Regardless, Steam is having a sale, a stealth-game sale, which lasts until Friday, 16th October, 6pm BST.
Volume, the sci-fi stealth offering by Thomas Was Alone developer Mike Bithell, has been delayed on Vita.
Volume, the stealth game from Thomas Was Alone creator Mike Bithell, launches on PlayStation 4, Vita and Steam on 18th August.
There's a new trailer, below, to coincide with the news.
Now you're done with that, have a gander at our Chris Bratt talking all things Volume with Mike in the video below.
Developer Mike Bithell has released a new trailer for his upcoming stealth game Volume, revealing for the first time voice over by Andy "Gollum" Serkis.
Andy Serkis, the actor best known as Golem in Lord of the Rings and King Kong in King Kong, has joined the cast of Volume, Mike Bithell's stealth-based follow-up to Thomas Was Alone.
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Volume, the upcoming indie game from Thomas was Alone creator Mike Bithell, stars Danny Wallace and Youtuber Charlie McDonnell.
Volume, the next game from Thomas Was Alone developer Mike Bithell, is a timed PlayStation 4 and Vita exclusive.
The Metal Gear Solid-esque stealth game was shown during Sony's Gamescom press conference this evening as part of a raft of indie titles heading to the consoles.
Following the reveal, Bithell tweeted to say Volume will launch on PC and Mac a month after PlayStation. There's no word on whether the game will come to Xbox One, however - despite Microsoft's recent indie dev self-publishing announcement.
Thomas Was Alone creator Mike Bithell has taken the wraps off of his second project.
Volume is a stealth game that has been described as Metal Gear meets Minecraft. Indie developer Bithell has been working on Volume for the past seven months, and is aiming for a late 2014 release window. Platforms are yet to be announced.
The idea is the player avoids guards while stealing items. Volume will release with hundreds of environments, but there's also a user generated content aspect to the game.