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Thirdverse Announces Virtual Reality Action Game “Soul Covenant” for PlayStation VR2, PC, and Quest 2

Thirdverse, a leading developer in the virtual reality gaming industry, has recently announced its upcoming virtual reality action game, “Soul Covenant.” The game is set to be released in the first half of 2024 worldwide, and it will be playable at the Tokyo Game Show 2023.

“Soul Covenant” takes place in a near-future desolate Japan, where players will immerse themselves in a fierce battle between humanity and machines. The game offers a high level of immersion and aims to provide players with a moving experience through its captivating story of life told through death.

The team behind “Soul Covenant” consists of exceptional creators in various fields, including the renowned director and scenario writer Teruhiro Shimogawa, known for his work on the “Soul Sacrifice” series and “Mega Man Battle Network” series. Additionally, the character design is being handled by Shogo Matsuo, whose previous works include “NieR Re[in]carnation” and “BLADE XLORD.” The soundtrack is composed by the talented Yasunori Mitsuda, known for his work on “Chrono Cross” and “Xenogears Episode I,” among others.

With an emphasis on immersive action and dramatic storytelling, Thirdverse aims to create a soul-stirring battle sensation and emotional experience for players in “Soul Covenant.” The game will be available on PlayStation VR2, PC (Steam), and Quest 2 platforms.

Players can expect an intense and thrilling virtual reality gaming experience as they challenge their fate and overcome seemingly impossible obstacles. As they navigate the game's world, they will encounter the sacrifices made by the fallen and the vanquished, which will guide their hand in seeking retribution.

To catch a glimpse of what “Soul Covenant” has to offer, interested players can watch the game's announcement trailer available on the official website.

Sources:
– Thirdverse: [Thirdverse Link] – Gematsu: [Gematsu Link]