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A new video from Thomas Was Alone designer Mike Bithell explores the level editor component to his upcoming MGS-inspired stealth game, Volume.

?Volume gives players the ability to build and share levels, utilising all the props found in the game,? Bithell wrote in a post to the PlayStation Blog. ?Yes, all of them. Every gadget, gizmo, enemy type, environmental map, wall design, and colour palette can be used for your own creations. It?s a big part of the game that I hope players will get into.?

According to Bithell, he and the other developers strove to make the level editor as accessible as possible to promote user-created content and community.  More interesting, the single-player campaign/story can be played using only user-created maps.

Volume is slated to launch later this year across PS4, Vita, Windows PC, and Mac OS X (Bithell said he?ll be announcing the official release date during E3 next month).

Source: PlayStation Blog

Let Mike Bithell take you on a guided tour through Volume’s level editor

A new video from Thomas Was Alone designer Mike Bithell explores the level editor component to his upcoming MGS-inspired stealth game, Volume.

By Chris Holzworth | 05/11/2015 02:25 PM PT

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A new video from Thomas Was Alone designer Mike Bithell explores the level editor component to his upcoming MGS-inspired stealth game, Volume.

?Volume gives players the ability to build and share levels, utilising all the props found in the game,? Bithell wrote in a post to the PlayStation Blog. ?Yes, all of them. Every gadget, gizmo, enemy type, environmental map, wall design, and colour palette can be used for your own creations. It?s a big part of the game that I hope players will get into.?

According to Bithell, he and the other developers strove to make the level editor as accessible as possible to promote user-created content and community.  More interesting, the single-player campaign/story can be played using only user-created maps.

Volume is slated to launch later this year across PS4, Vita, Windows PC, and Mac OS X (Bithell said he?ll be announcing the official release date during E3 next month).

Source: PlayStation Blog

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