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Sci-Fi Thriller Downward Spiral: Horus Station Gets Release Dates, Launching on PC First This May

Recently, UK programmer 3rd Eye Studios has declared new details about its upcoming Cartoon name  Downward Spiral.

According to the press launch, Downward Spiral: Horus Station will start on Thursday, May 31 for PC. Furthermore, if you own an HTC Vive, Oculus Rift, and also Windows Mixed Reality headset, then you’ll have the choice to play with the game in virtual reality for19.99. While the PlayStation 4 (with elective PlayStation VR service) is slated to start sometime this summer, with the official launch date yet to be announced.

Downward Spiral: Horus Station is a science-fiction, zero-gravity space experience. In Downward Spiral players are tasked with players investigating an abandoned vessel. As you advance through the vacant place, you may unravel the puzzle of the space station and it’s drifting off in space all while fending off the threats which lurk inside. To guard yourself from the impending dangers, players will have to utilize the ship’s maintenance hardware, including railroad guns, and arc welders to take out risks.

3rd Eye Studios has said that some of the major selling points for Downward Spiral include are its own atmosphere,   ecological storytelling, along with 70s-inspired soundtrack written by Ville Valo.

To find out more on the game, have a look at the developer diary below this article.

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