Mind Labyrinth coming to PSVR and Oculus Rift
A new immersive sensorial experience by the creators of Mind Unleashed.
VR specialized indie studio Frost Earth Studios announced during this year’s E3 expo the upcoming release of their new title, Mind Labyrinth, available from August 2018 for Playstation VR and Oculus Rift. The creators of Mind Unleashed have decided to dive even deeper into the human’s brain with this highly immersive new experience.
WIth the studio’s head of production Sergio Pisano being a psychologist we’re pretty sure that Mind Labyrinth will take a good, profound look at the player’s subconscious, triggering all sorts of emotional responses and reactions.
“Mind Labyrinth VR Dreams lets you explore different kinds of imaginary environments and discover amazing new emotions in wonderful virtual dreams. It’s a meditative journey with inspiring and encouraging phrases and actions to enhance the experience along the way. Explore different kinds of mental states and find your emotional balance while delighting yourself with the great soundtracks featuring music by Hollywood Oscar-winning composers and selected best international Artists.”, reads this game’s latest press release.
For what we’ve been able to gather, Mind Labyrinth’s soundtrack will be something to keep an ear out for, as composers like Ennio Morricone, Nicola Piovani, Brian Eno, Al Jarreau and Eumir Deodato, Jon Anderson (YES), Aimée Portioli, Marco Sabiu, Pino Daniele, Capercaillie and many others will be featured in this game.
Frost Earth Studio’s new experience encourages players to explore every detail of this virtual world, diving into dark caves and passages as well as taking a break to enjoy gorgeous landscapes and paradise-looking scenarios.
The studio has also revealed that collectible items will be scattered around the game’s world, making exploration a rewarding practice. By collecting all “spheres of opportunities” players will unlock new content and areas to continue their journey.
Mind Labyrinth VR Dreams will be available on August 2018 for Playstation VR and Oculus Rift. You can find out more about it in its Steam page.