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With support for both Oculus Rift and HTC VIVE for an immersive VR experience, or a regular old 4K 2D image on a screen. Either way it's great to see that the former PlayStation exclusive is coming to PC, and soon too. The critically acclaimed Tetris Effect from developer Enhance, fuses visuals and music in a way that is reminiscent of classic titles like Rez.

Where after its release last year went on to stun players and critics alike, as per this PC announcement trailer.


VR Optional: Playable on your PC desktop, or in full VR with your Oculus Rift or HTC VIVE headset and accompanying controllers (standard gamepads, Vive Controllers, and Oculus Remote and Touch controllers are all supported).

All-new “Zone” mechanic: Players can stop time (and Tetriminos falling) by entering “the Zone” and either get out of a sticky situation that could otherwise lead to “Game Over,” or rack up extra Line Clears for bonus scoring rewards.

Over 30 different stages: Each with its own music, sound effects, graphical style and background that all evolve and change as you play through them.

Enhanced PC visuals & more: Unlocked resolution and an uncapped framerate if Vsync is disabled, increased texture and particle effect options, support for super high-resolution and ultra-wide monitors, and more.

The PC version supporting uncapped frame-rates and resolutions, in addition to ultra-wide monitor support is a nice touch. Plus, advanced visual effects not seen in the console release makes it sound like Tetris Effect will push your GPU to its limit. Tetris Effect will be out via the Epic Games Store on July 23.

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