It hasn’t been that long since the release of Tiny Trax, the VR debut from Velocity developer FuturLab. However, this week the team’s announcing its next game, Mini-Mech Mayhem.
Revealed over on the PlayStation Blog, the game is early in development in conjunction with Sony San Diego and exclusive to PlayStation VR (PSVR). There’s not much known about the game at this point in time though, as the name suggests, it’s going to be a robot battler. You’ll befriend a tiny mech and help him on his parth to victory. Aside from the below art, that’s about all we have to go on.
“Here’s the thing: we see Mini-Mech Mayhem as a metaphor for our studio,” Sony San Diego Art Director, Aaron Habibipour, said of the game. “FuturLab is PlayStation’s little buddy, and we in turn play the role of big buddy to our staff.”
If it’s anything like Tiny Trax, then it’ll be worth keeping an eye on this one; the developer’s VR debut captured the mechanical brilliance of its earlier games and condensed it into a compelling multiplayer experience. Based in Brighton, UK, the team is currently hiring positions to work on the game.