Back at E3 2015 Crysis developer Crytek finally confirmed that it was working on a full virtual reality (VR) videogame named Robinson: The Journey. The experience, which is built off of the foundations laid by the studio’s Back to Dinosaur Island VR tech demos, wasn’t at the show itself, however, and has remained shrouded in mystery since. That changed last night, as Crytek took to the stage of Sony Computer Entertainment’s (SCE’s) Paris Games Week press conference to announce the title would be coming to the PlayStation VR head-mounted display (HMD) for PlayStation 4. Now the first trailer for the experience has arrived, and can be seen below.
The 2-minute clip provides a glimpse of Robinson: The Journey‘s dinosaur-infested alien planet, in which players will control a young boy named Robin that’s crash landed on it. There’s also a look at Robin’s AI companion, who bares something of a resemblance to Wheatley from the Portal series, and a glimpse of a number of different types of dinosaurs that players can expected to encounter within the videogame.
VRFocus will continue to follow Robinson: The Journey closely, reporting back with any further updates on the title’s progress.
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