Polyarc took to social media today, announcing that their single-player action-adventure puzzle game, Moss, has landed on the PC. Originally a PSVR exclusive, you can now pick it up on Steam, Viveport, and the Oculus Store for $29.99.
We reviewed the PSVR version back in March, where it scored an impressive 9.2. However, making the jump to the PC platform definitely makes this game a candidate for a fresh review. In the studios announcement today, they made it clear that Moss had a few new tricks up her sleeves.
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Coming to PC from a console platform opens up a host of new possibilities and I am happy to see that Polyarc took advantage of all of them. In addition to opening up graphics settings, allowing Moss to really shine, they also made use of the motion controllers.
The PC version does not support gamepad gameplay like it’s console counterpart. Instead we get the full use of our Vive wands and Touch controllers. The new release will also feature additional save slots, making it easier to save multiple players games at once. This last feature will also be making its way to the PSVR version on June 12.
Last, but not least, Moss is getting additional language support for Chinese, Japanese, Spanish, and Italian players. This feature is already available on PC and will also make its way into the free PSVR update on June 12.