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You’re going to be trapped in virtual reality if you don’t get Neverout tomorrow on PlayStation 4

Gamedust has recently announced that it will release its atmospheric puzzle game Neverout on PlayStation 4 tomorrow. Featuring the Switch release’s non-VR mode, the PlayStation 4 version will allow gamers to select from a PSVR-supported mode or one that only requires a standard controller.

Neverout is a multi-layered puzzle game with unique gameplay mechanics. The player wakes up in a small cube and his task is to find a way out of the claustrophobic trap. It soon turns out that leaving the first room is only the beginning of the road. Neverout offers more than 60 challenging levels. The difficulty increases with each stage, and the means of exiting the traps are getting gradually more complicated. Numerous deadly obstacles, such as electric fields or spiked traps are put in your way out. In order to avoid them, you can use teleports, small moving cubes or even change the plane of movement which shifts the gravity, causing the elements that are not fixed to the ground to fall. Be careful to not get crushed! Just one small mistake can cause death and you’ll have to start the level all over again.

Neverout is a game created with VR in mind and wearing VR headset allows you to get the most out of the experience. However, this doesn’t mean that the other players can’t feel the thrill of excitement while playing the game. The Switch version is a great proof that Neverout doesn’t lose its atmosphere while playing on TV. That’s why, in the PS4 version, developers from Gamedust wanted to give the players a choice. Available on the PS Store, Neverout includes both the VR and the “regular” version, which was previously only available on Switch. You can smoothly jump between the gameplay modes at any time. It is the player who decides whether to use PSVR goggles or prefers the traditional screen. And if you own a PS4 Pro and choose the latter option, you will be able to play at a higher – 4K resolution.

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