One of PlayStation VR’s (PSVR’s) best launch titles is coming to the HTC Vive very, very soon.
Developer Kokoromi first teased that SuperHyperCube, its stylistic puzzler, would be coming to the SteamVR headset all the way back in January, and it will finally arrive on the platform tomorrow, November 7th. Not only that but it will release for the new price of $14.99 and, yes, that price drop is coming to the PSVR version too. Check out the new trailer for the game below.
In SuperHyperCube you control a group of cubes that you must rotate to fit through holes of different shapes and sizes. The amount of cubes increases as you go, making your job harder and harder the further you progress. The game is published by Polytron, the developer of the beloved indie platformer, Fez.
A potential Oculus Rift version of the game is still up in the air. Following the controversy surrounding Rift inventor Palmer Luckey’s alleged support of an online political campaign, Kokoromi was one of a handful of developers to announce that they were boycotting the platform. The developer confirmed to UploadVR that it was still boycotting Oculus back in January but, since then, Luckey has parted ways with the company. Polytron told UploadVR that it had no further updates as to if the game would come to Rift at this time, though launching on SteamVR will mean anyone with that headset can still play it unofficially.
If you have a Vive, though, you’re in for a treat; we liked SuperHyperCube when it launched on PSVR back in October 2016. “As the sum of all its parts, SUPERHYPERCUBE is a game that many will find fun and addictive,” we said in our review. “It’s simplicity may be it’s greatest asset or its largest weakness, and such approachability is what makes a game become a mainstay. You may find yourself flying, dying, and pressing X to try again.”