Independent game studio, 3rd Eye Studios’ acclaimed zero-gravity space adventure, Downward Spiral: Horus Station is out now on PlayStation 4, with optional PlayStation VR support, for $19.99 / €14.99 / £11.99 / $22.95 AUS.
Having launched on PC in May, Downward Spiral: Horus Station takes zero-gravity exploration to the next level. Set aboard an abandoned space station, Downward Spiral: Horus Station lets players uncover the sci-fi mystery on their own, through close observation and interpretation. With no cutscenes, dialogue or text, players will have to rely on environmental storytelling to piece the plot together, as they explore this derelict vessel. Solving the mystery of the space station will take wits and ingenuity as you fight or avoid dangers unknown.
Players will use the ship’s maintenance hardware, like bolt throwers, rail guns, and arc welders to take out threats, solve puzzles and find the truth as to why Horus Station has been left drifting in space. We are currently in our reviewing process of the game and so far it has been blast. Be sure to be on the look out for our full written review this week.
3rd Eye Studios realizes that not everyone likes to play games the same way, so Downward Spiral: Horus Station features a bevy of gameplay options to tailor the experience. Those with Virtual Reality and motion control kits can engage with an extra level of immersion, the hole game can be played entirely in single-player or two-player co-op, and there’s even a game mode that removes combat entirely from the campaign for players who prefer a more relaxed, contemplative experience. In addition to Horus Station’s story campaign, there’s eight-player PvP and PvE multiplayer modes including Deathmatch and Horde.