'Tetris Effect' Hits PS4, PlayStation VR This Fall

PlayStation Countdown to E3 2018 Tetris Effect for PS4 and PS VR Announced

PlayStation Countdown to E3 2018 Tetris Effect for PS4 and PS VR Announced

Tetris Effect is created to be totally immersive.

Tetsuya Mizuguchi, the rhythm game legend best known for hits like Lumines, Child of Eden and Rez, unveiled his latest creation on Wednesday.

Tetris Effect is named after the after-effect of "seeing" blocks and bricks even when you're not playing the game - something a Harvard study has found to be true, apparently. He then went on to confirm that Tetris Effect runs at 4K in 60fps on the PS4 Pro and is playable in full HD on the PS4. In the run up to launch more all-new modes and other features are set to be revealed.

There will also be a player grading and levelling system, as well as various difficulties to to add to replayability. It's also what may be Sony's most exciting announcement to date for PSVR. The studio behind the visually stunning Rez Infinite has announced work on Tetris Effect for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation VR. Watch it live on PlayStation's website or their official Twitch and YouTube pages.

Today's offering will be a new "New PS4 game With PS VR support" according to the post - we'll be sure to have all the details about the title as soon as we can.

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The title of the game comes from the real-world phenomenon that occurs when people devote much time and attention to a singular activity it begins to pattern their thoughts and dreams to the activity.

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