Game news Song in the Smoke – VR survival game comes to PSVR and Oculus
After DOOM 3: VR Edition, Sony introduces Song in the Smoke, a second production for PlayStation VR, the PlayStation 5 compatible virtual reality headset for PlayStation 4.
Song in the Smoke, the creation of 17-BIT, gives gamers the chance to survive for as long as possible in a lush forest that is both beautiful and deadly while equipped with a virtual reality headset. Hence, here, as in other survival games, you will have to make your own tools and weapons to fend off the animals that try to surround you. In order not to succumb to foolishness, you must also look for food. The player can also go on an expedition to find new resources, stop by the fireplace to warm up, or climb steep cliffs.
In Song in the Smoke, your priority is to survive. In other words, you need to hunt and find food to avoid starvation or even choose safe places to set up camp to avoid exhaustion. In addition, you need to prepare antidotes and care mixtures to fight poison and heal your wounds, but also fight the cold by making clothes and lighting fires as you move between forests, plateaus and mountains.
Of course, in order to get the maximum sensations, the title 17-BIT gives you the opportunity to imitate any act, for example, to eat something, light a fire, shape a spear or even shoot an archery.
You eat by bringing the food to your mouth; You prepare mixes by grinding the herbs with tools before pouring them into containers. and you carve the wood with your knife. When you need to defend yourself or hunt your food, your human instincts can be relied on. Archery seems natural to you: all you have to do is tighten the string with the motion detection levers, align your eye with the arrow, and then uncheck the box. If you aim correctly, your target blow in the heart will be your evening supply. If you miss your target, it will scare and run away, and you will waste a precious arrow.
Song in the Smoke, the title of the developers of 17-BIT, will therefore be available on PlayStation 4 and PC in 2021 and requires a VR headset to function like PSVR, Oculus Quest and Oculus Rift.
By Jerome Joffard, Writing from igamesnews.com