“End Space” Launching September 19th for PSVR

PSVR is about to get a port of space combat simulator mobile VR title “End Space VR” soon. The release date has been announced to be September 19th. The game is currently available on Samsung Gear VR (Oculus Store) and on Google Cardboard (Google Play) under its former name “Minos Starfighter VR“.

In a race to reach the distant, mysterious and resource-rich Tartarus Sector, the UTC has stretched its resources thin. Just as the UTC has almost cemented its foothold in the sector, the insurgent Tartarus Liberation Front has emerged, demanding autonomy for the Tartarus. Having infiltrated the UTC’s warp-gate network, the TFL has been using hit-and-run tactics to disrupt UTC supply lines and mining operations. These brazen raids have become increasingly frequent and now the TFL has its eyes set on acquiring the secrets of the Hyperluminal Drive.

The UTC’s top brass can’t ignore these attacks any longer – It’s time to bring order back to the Tartarus Sector. That’s where you come in, pilot. The UTC relies on a cadre of elite contract pilots to protect its interests across the galaxy, and as a promising new recruit you’re being sent to the Tartarus Sector.

Due to the fact that this title is a port of a mobile VR title, I don’t suggest expecting any motion controller feature on it. The announcement on the PS Blog makes no mention of it either.

Playing it on the PS4 Pro gives you the following benefits:

  • 8xAA
  • Resolution Oversampling
  • Post-processing effects
  • High Resolution Textures
  • High Polygon Models

The game will cost $19.99, and if you are a PS Plus member, you gets a special launch-week discount of 10%.

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