'Viva Ex Vivo' brings the microscopic world to your PS4
Are Unbelievable Voyage and Innerspace a few of your favourite films? Do you rewatch Cosmos simply to see the microbiology segments? In that case, we’ve got the sport for you. Truant Pixel has unveiled Viva Ex Vivo, an exploration/survival hybrid for the PlayStation four that has you guiding a tiny probe via microscopic worlds like a glop of mud or a tissue pattern. It is successfully a biology class writ giant. You reside or die based mostly in your potential to seek out natural particles, and innocuous organisms like immune methods and tardigrades are abruptly large threats. The sport even generates mini ecosystems on the fly, so your success might hinge in your means to know the place you are more likely to discover sustenance.
VEV ought to attain Sony’s console someday this summer time, however probably the most fascinating half may come afterward. The developer is promising a free PlayStation VR mode as quickly because it’s an choice, so you can quickly be dodging cells as should you actually have been swimming via a dewdrop or somebody’s bloodstream.