Prolific VR developer Fast Travel Games has announced Ghost Signal: A Stellaris Game is coming to PSVR 2 and PCVR. The tactical VR action roguelite first launched on Meta Quest, and stands as one of Fast Travel Games’ highest rated releases.
In Ghost Signal: A Stellaris Game, players pilot their ship from a third-person perspective. They’ll lead it into battle against enemy armadas. In the narrative campaign, you’ll be charting a path through deep space, bartering with alien merchants, unlocking new upgrades and attacks, and taking on gigantic bosses. As a roguelite, each run of the galactic gauntlet will be different. Players can spend resources between lives to permanently improve their craft. The goal being to push further into the unknown and improve their ranking on global leaderboards.
Ghost Signal: A Stellaris Game PSVR 2 & PC VR Upgrades
As both the PlayStation 5 console and VR compatible PCs are more powerful than the Meta Quest headsets, you can expect a number of upgrades. Improved visuals are almost a given, with Fast Travel Games highlighting higher resolution textures, improved lighting and upgraded anti-aliasing. However, the base versions of Ghost Signal: A Stellaris Game for PlayStation 5 and PCVR will also include all previous DLC content, including two additional ships and a Relaxed difficulty mode.
Other quality-of-life updates include autosaving and PlayStation Trophy support.
Ghost Signal: A Stellaris Game will launch for PSVR 2 and PCVR on 5th October, 2023. The game will be priced at $19.99 USD. PSVR 2 players who are on the fence about the game can download a demo version, available alongside the launch.
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