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Tetris Effect Studio’s Humanity Coming to PlayStation 4


Created by the same minds behind Lumines and Tetris Effect, Enhance and tha ltd will release Humanity for the PlayStation 4 in 2020.

Featuring a stark yet iconic look, Humanity puts the spotlight on massive crowds. Featuring individuals of all kinds, these people must work together (and fight against each other) in a number of different ways.

See the announcement trailer below:

Enhance Founder and CEO Tetsuya Mizuguchi said the following:

[testimonials user=” email=” name=” position=” photo=”]“From the first early demo I saw, I couldn’t get HUMANITY out of my head. The whole look and feel of it—manipulating these teeming masses of people—was mesmerizing, especially in VR. I knew right away it could be something special, which is why I couldn’t be more excited to help a visionary like Yugo-san realize its full potential.”[/testimonials]

tha Founder and Creative Director Yugo Nakamura added:

[testimonials user=” email=” name=” position=” photo=”]“I’ve long admired the work of Mizuguchi-san and his team; it feels like the perfect fit to be working with the people who made games like Rez and Tetris Effect. Everyone at tha is working hard to make HUMANITY something that likewise engages all your senses—a fun, challenging game, but also something more meaningful than that. Rest assured we have lots more to show and talk about…”[/testimonials]

Note that optional PlayStation VR support will be included.

Source: Press Release
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