The Flight School Studio sends us in its first PSVR output to a mysterious train in the beyond. Instead of using an input device, we interact with our eyes.
Already soon the guys of the developer Flight School Studio with “Manifest 99” will bring their first work on Sony’s PlayStation VR. If everything goes according to plan, the game will be on the PlayStation Store from September 12th. The title is supposed to be a “story-driven, interactive narrative VR experience”.
For this the studio sends us on a mysterious train, which is not only populated by a crowd of crowds, but also on its other side of life its route. The developers want to spoil the “border between dream and nightmare”. The four companions, including a bear, a deer, an owl and a crow, accompany the player to their final destination. Each individual character has a story. Now it is up to the player to figure out how and why they landed in the hereafter. And then the question arises as to what we have to look for.
Instead of using classic input devices, the Flight School Studio uses eye contact: if we want to move, we focus our eyes on a crow and change to the bird’s eye. In the same way, we can also connect with the four figures in order to find out their background. The source holds a few more info. Below you will find the first moving picture material.