Sony Reveals 14 Minutes of New ‘Moss’ PSVR Gameplay Ahead of February Launch


With PSVR adventure game Moss set to launch this month, Sony is ramping up the hype for Quill, the game’s adorable little mouse buddy, with 14 minutes of new gameplay.

First revealed at E3 2017 back in June, Moss is a third-person puzzle-adventure from the newly christened studio Polyarc Games. We got a chance to go hands-on with Moss, and from what we’ve played, it seems to strike a notable mix of high visual polish and unadulterated cuteness. Unlike many VR third-person platformers, Moss also asks you to interact with the world at times by using your Dual Shock 4 controller (the game’s only supported input) and physically moving in-game objects for Quill.

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Moss is slated to hit PSVR sometime this month, although an exact date hasn’t been released. Pre-orders, which are going for $30, are already available here.

Polyarc has also included a free demo of Moss in Sony’s latest demo disc which contains the same level we played when we first say it at E3 2017.

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