Dropping today for $29.99, Obduction for the PlayStation 4 will be getting PSVR support “soon” according to developer Cyan. As part of the game’s launch, the company announced today that the PlayStation version will feature a new area for players to explore.
The minuscule screenshot above is all the information available regarding the new content. It depicts a Russian submarine in a cavern. The game will also sport two new music tracks by Cyan software and audio engineer, Hannah Gamiel.
Cyan says that PSVR support was “made possible” by support from Legendary Pictures’ virtual reality division, Legendary VR. Exactly what support the movie studio provided is unclear, but the two companies do have a pre-existing relationship, as Legendary owns the television rights to Cyan’s Myst series.
We’ll have more on PSVR support for Obduction when Cyan releases more information. In the meantime, check out the game’s PlayStation launch trailer above. You can also read our review for the PC version of Obduction, which we will update after the VR patch hits the PlayStation Network.