Zoink Games and Perp Games have announced today that they’ll be partnering up to bring Zoink Games’ upcoming PSVR game, Ghost Giant, to PSVR via retail channels late this year.
The announcement comes by way of a short video on the Perp Games YouTube channel where a faceless voice announces that the game will be getting a simultaneous physical and digital release this spring before going on to talk a little more about Ghost Giant.
This is great news for those who are looking to build a physical collection of PSVR games, and for those who just don’t have the ability to download games with their internet setups. And what with the recent trend of games being delisted from digital stores, this may turn out to be a wise investment.
At the time of writing it look like the UK and Europe will be getting the game in spring, but it’s yet to be announced when the game will release in North America. If they release dates are different, it won’t be by a huge margin – hopefully.
Ghost Giant was originally announced at E3 2018, but since then we’ve not really heard much about the game. For those who don’t know what Ghost Giant it, it’s a puzzle-adventure game where you play the role of the Ghost Giant as you explore the town of Sancourt with your new buddy Louis. It looks like a truly lovely little game and it can’t release soon enough. Unfortunately there’s no release date as of yet – just the spring window – but Perp Games has said that we should be on the lookout for a release date announcement in the near future.
Zoink Games has also shared a short clip on its Facebook page to give us a look at the box art for the physical edition of the game. Check it out down below, and then head even further down for some new screenshots.
Source 2: Facebook
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