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Obduction, the latest game from Myst creators Cyan, is now available on PlayStation VR.

The PlayStation VR version of the game contains everything found in the full version of Obduction, including the bonus content that’s in the PlayStation version.

“Here at Cyan we’ve been making worlds for thirty years, and our goal has always been to make places that players start to feel part of,” CEO Rand Miller wrote on the PlayStation Blog. “Obduction was no exception. From the opening scenes along the mountain lake, to the crazy experience of a red rock desert ghost town on an alien planet, and then beyond to completely alien worlds with steep cliffs, massive equipment, and sleek alien technology – the adventure is meant to feel that they’ve been transported to other places. VR does that better than ever, and PS VR opens that experience to a huge new audience.”

PlayStation VR support has been added to the game via a free update, so owners of the game on PlayStation 4 will not need to buy it again.

Obduction is available now on PlayStation 4 and PC.

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Obduction arrives on PlayStation VR

PlayStation VR owners can now play Obduction, a puzzle game from the creators of Myst.

By Matthew Bennett | 05/8/2018 07:51 AM PT | Updated 05/8/2018 07:52 AM PT

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Obduction, the latest game from Myst creators Cyan, is now available on PlayStation VR.

The PlayStation VR version of the game contains everything found in the full version of Obduction, including the bonus content that’s in the PlayStation version.

“Here at Cyan we’ve been making worlds for thirty years, and our goal has always been to make places that players start to feel part of,” CEO Rand Miller wrote on the PlayStation Blog. “Obduction was no exception. From the opening scenes along the mountain lake, to the crazy experience of a red rock desert ghost town on an alien planet, and then beyond to completely alien worlds with steep cliffs, massive equipment, and sleek alien technology – the adventure is meant to feel that they’ve been transported to other places. VR does that better than ever, and PS VR opens that experience to a huge new audience.”

PlayStation VR support has been added to the game via a free update, so owners of the game on PlayStation 4 will not need to buy it again.

Obduction is available now on PlayStation 4 and PC.

Read More


About Matthew Bennett

view all posts

Matt is one of the longest-serving members of the EGMNOW team. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89