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Uk-based studio nDreams has today revealed that their upcoming title The Assembly will be offering Project Morpheus support alongside its release on the PlayStation 4.

Taking to the PlayStation Blog, CEO Patrick O'Luanaigh revealed that the game's story will be written by Tom Jubert, "a talented young writer behind indie hits like FTL, Penumbra and The Swapper." The story will take place in an underground world of The Assembly, a secretive collection of scientists, academics and engineers who believe morality in society is preventing scientific advancement and are committed to discovering a universal theory of everything, at any cost.

"We've been experimenting, prototyping and trying all sorts of unusual ideas out," said O'Luanaigh. "The Assembly includes lots of the gameplay mechanics that we found worked well in VR. For example, you get to control two different characters at various points, and in VR, you really notice details like their different heights, sounds and voices."

The Assembly will be launching on both PC and PlayStation 4, with PC getting Oculus Rift support.




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