The PS4 game with optional VR support comes from the studio Enhance, creators of "Lumines" and "Rez Infinite". The audio, background elements, special effects and even the Tetris pieces themselves dance, pulse, shimmer and explode in flawless sync based on how you are playing.
At 4PM today on Twitch, Sony kicked off their week of pre E3 game announcements with the reveal of Tetris Effect, a new Tetris game for PS4 and PSVR that I honestly don't quite know how to process after watching a trailer for. 4K and 60fps on the PS4 Pro will be available as well.More news: White House: 'Vast Majority' Of Eagles Have 'Abandoned Their Fans'
Shuman promises that there will still be plenty of exciting announcements during the official E3 press conference but says that this is a way to give the many exciting games PlayStation has in the works the time they deserve.
Tetris Effect will be playable at E3 this year, with the possibility of a demo coming later in the year. "Well a big hint is in the name itself; if you Google "Tetris Effect research" you'll discover it's not just our game title but also a well-known phenomenon proven by many academic studies".More news: Steve Kerr: 'Good chance' Andre Iguodala plays in Game 3
Sid Shuman who announced the game said that this countdown is PlayStation's way of trying something new.
A player grading and leveling system as well as variable difficulty to encourage and reward replayability.More news: Sonos Beam unveiled: Compact $399 sound bar with Alexa
A challenge for the mind and a feast for all the senses, TETRIS EFFECT is the flawless excuse to play Tetris again. and again.and again, and again, and again and again and again and again and again and again and. In addition to this, well known modes like Marathon, Ultra, Sprint and an all new "Zone" mechanic wherein players can stop time and either maneuver out of a potential game-over situation, or rack up extra line clears for bonus rewards make up parts of the package. Or, even better, PS VR.