Launched in overdue February, Moss is one in every of this 12 months’s first nice VR video games and already a powerful contender for the most efficient PSVR identify launched in 2018. Naturally, we’re keen to look extra, and it looks as if developer Polyarc is operating on simply that.
In a contemporary PlayStation Weblog put up detailing the making of the third-person journey the crew’s Rick Lico teased a imaginable follow-up to the sport. As fanatics will know, finishing the journey will earn you a Trophy named ‘A Promising Starting’, the outline for which labels the sport as ‘the primary guide of Moss’. That no doubt suggests extra is at the method and, when requested about this, Lico didn’t grasp again.
“Like every small, indy startup, we now have a larger plan we’d like to perform,” the developer defined. “We’re hoping that, due to our superb fanatics, issues will cross neatly so we will be able to see this plan thru to final touch. Hands crossed.”
When once more requested if ‘E book 2’ would take a very long time, Lico responded: “I no doubt hope now not! We’re running arduous to make certain that’s now not the case.”
Whether or not that implies Moss itself may get DLC including the second one guide or if Polyarc is already running on a complete sequel to the sport is still noticed. Both method, we’re excited; we gave Moss nine/10 in our assessment.
“Moss is the hidden gem the PSVR by no means knew it wanted,” Video games Editor David Jagneaux mentioned in his assessment. “From the primary second we performed the sport at E3 nearly a 12 months in the past till we noticed the remaining credit roll, Quill’s journey has captivated our hearts and minds. Moss moves that very best steadiness between worrying, action-packed moments of fight with sluggish, methodical puzzles that require you to reconsider the best way you engage with video video games in the course of the energy of VR. Polyarc has crafted one in every of PSVR’s maximum crucial video games so far.”