Rez Infinite announced for PS4 with PlayStation VR support

7 Dec 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Rez Infinite announced for PS4 with PlayStation VR support.

Now here’s a video game that makes sense to bring to virtual reality: Rez, Sega’s trippy, electronic music rail shooter that originally came out for the Dreamcast in 2001.

Naturally, while this demo is very exciting with the tech, there is a strong likelihood that “Rez Infinite” could also be feature as a PS4 (non VR) title. Today, Sony announced at its PlayStation Experience event in San Francisco that Rez is coming to PlayStation VR, the PlayStation 4’s virtual reality headset previously known as Project Morpheus. It was even playable inside their special “Synesthesia Suit,” which he compares to the PlayStation 2’s “Trance Vibrator.” In his poignant post, Mizuguchi talks about how the original Rez, which came out in 2001, was way ahead of its time. “Well, to be honest, when the original Rez came out back in 2001, not everyone understood what we were trying to do with the game — but the few people that did ‘get it,’ really got it,” he wrote. “A dedicated and steadily growing number of fans called it visionary. Developer Enhance Games is touting the quality of Rez Infinite, saying that on a normal screen, it will run at a resolution of 1080p, 60 frames per second, and 7.1 audio.

We can only imagine the synesthesia effect that playing the game with a VR headset will be like, but that’s exactly what we’ll be able to experience in the hopefully not too distant future. Sony hasn’t said if it plans to release a new vibrator along with Rez Infinite, but it’s currently demoing the game at the PlayStation Experience with a full body vibrating suit.

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