Superliminal, an interesting first-person mystery adventure is coming to PS4 sometime in 2020.
Already released on PC, Superliminal casts players who find themselves stuck in an odd sort of limbo between dreams and reality, and where the only way to escape is to solve the puzzles you come across within each realm. The kicker? Though the world might seem sensible, logical and orderly, the dream world can often bleed right through into the real world, affecting things like size, gravity, perspective and much more besides.
Simply put, if you’re a fan of first-person brain teasers with an eccentric edge, then Superliminal looks like it’ll be right up your street/alley/path/whatever.
You can catch the trailer and synopsis for Superliminal below:
“Superliminal is a single-player first-person puzzle game that uses perception as a mechanic. You play as someone who wakes up in a surprisingly lucid dream. As you complete puzzles to get to the next exit, certain patterns and truths become more apparent. In this game, everything is exactly what it seems to be! Wait, no… that’s not right. Everything is the opposite of what you think it is? That’s not correct either. This is a game about breaking expectations and thinking outside the box. What you see is what you get. Literally.”
Nonetheless, a State of Play was certainly needed all the same – not least to remind the 100+ million PS4 owners out there that Sony still has their back when it comes to supporting the platform with great first party exclusives and a range of excellent forthcoming third-party support as well.
You can catch all of our State of Play December 2019 coverage right here.