PS VR and PlayLink have presented exciting new opportunities for game creators, leading developers to break new ground in well-established genres.
Both Blood and Truth and Erica are great examples. They are both going deep on innovation and in different ways; they are rewriting the design rulebook for their respective genres.
Blood & Truth is an action packed thriller set in modern day London, against the city’s backdrop of glamour and grit. The capabilities of PSVR have allowed London Studio to put you in the shoes of an action hero in a way you will not have experienced before.
Erica is an interactive game with no 3D graphics at all, instead offering seamless live-action transitions. The game takes full advantage of PlayLink, using the touchscreen capabilities of mobile phones to let players reach in and leave a physical mark in Erica’s world.
In this Creator Meets Creator video, London Studio’s Stuart Whyte and Flavourworks’ Jack Attridge discuss how their studios are using the latest technology to create completely fresh experiences for their audience.
Watch the video below to hear the full story. You can also catch the first in our Creator Meets Creator series – with Media Molecule’s Mark Healey and Dominic Robilliard from Pixelopus – here.