Moss: E-book II is releasing in spring 2022. Polyarc revealed the discharge window through a brand new trailer, in addition to highlighting some current developer interviews that supply perception into constructing the beloved VR journey that’s Moss (and its sequel). Selecting up the place the primary recreation left off, gamers—often called “The Reader”—will reforge their bond with Quill as her treacherous journey continues. Check out the brand new Moss: E-book II spring 2022 launch window trailer:
Moss: E-book II was first announced at a PlayStation State of Play broadcast in July 2021. Going by the precise seasons, spring 2022 runs from the top of March via mid-June, which means we should always count on to see Moss: E-book II someplace in that March, April, or Might window.
Shortly after Moss: E-book II’s unique announcement in July, we sat down with Polyarc Design Director Joshua Stiksma to speak in regards to the upcoming VR recreation. We acquired loads of perception into what the group is bringing to the desk with the sequel, and the way they plan to up the ante from the critically famend first recreation.
Moreover, Polyarc launched the hour-long DevCom 2021 panel, a fireplace chat with the event group at Polyarc moderated by yours actually. The panel, titled “The Alchemy of Polyarc,” introduced collectively Polyarc’s artwork, design, animation, audio, and narrative results in discuss simply what makes the puzzle items match collectively, and the way the mix of disciplines creates one of the crucial particular and distinctive VR experiences, through which gamers change into bonded with a digital mouse.
If that’s nonetheless not sufficient behind the scenes from Polyarc, there are additionally prolonged developer streams with loads of further insights, such because the video on animating quill with Animation Director Richard Lico, and a have a look at environment art & level design with Principal Artist Coolie Calihan.
Moss: E-book II releases in spring 2022. No platforms have been confirmed besides PlayStation VR. It’s unknown if the title will seem on Sony’s next gen PS5 VR headset.