Trover Saves the Universe, the latest VR title from Squanch Games and the mind of Rick and Morty co-creator Justin Roiland, launched today on PS4 with support for both PSVR and non-VR. The game will launch for PC VR headsets via Steam next week.
Trover Saves the Universe is now available on PS4 for $30, and can be played in both VR and non-VR. It’s a third-person adventure game that’s clearly built around the zany, unique humor and voices of Justin Roiland, the co-creator of Rick and Morty and co-founder of Squanch Games. PlayStation Underground has a look at the final gameplay:
The game is also coming to PC next week on June 4th on Steam, with official support for the HTC Vive and Oculus Rift, and also non-VR play. A 10% pre-order discount is in place until the game launches.
Trover Saves the Universe developer Squanch Games says that it’s planning to add ‘free DLC’ to the game by “keeping Trover at full price for longer than usual, instead of lowering the game’s cost over time and charging for new content.” That’s an interesting approach, though the company hasn’t offered any detail on what future content will look like beyond saying that players can expect “lots of new Trover adventures coming your way until it doesn’t make sense to do that anymore.”
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