First Person PC and Virtual Reality Exploration Adventure, P·O·L·L·E·N is Greenlit on Steam Greenlight in a Record Breaking 36 Hours
Inspired by Science Fiction Classics Solaris, 2001: A Space Odyssey and Moon, P·O·L·L·E·N is Greenlit and Scheduled for Launch on Steam for Windows PC in 2016
Helsinki, Finland – October 7th, 2015 – Virtual reality studio Mindfield Games today announced that its first person virtual reality and PC exploration adventure P·O·L·L·E·N, has been Greenlit on Steam Greenlight in a record breaking 36 hours. P·O·L·L·E·N is a strikingly beautiful first-person psychological space thriller where everything object or machine and their hidden features can be interacted with. Designed and optimised to be played on a PC monitor or in Virtual Reality, players expand the story inside the Saturnian moon’s Research Station M by searching for clues, unlocking new areas by solving puzzles, and finding out what hides under Titan’s surface.
“We’ve been blown away with the feedback from the Steam community, the overwhelming positive comments and the fact that P.O.L.L.E.N has been Greenlit in a record-breaking 36 hours”, said Olli Sinerma, Co-Founder of Mindfield Games. “In P.O.L.L.E.N we chose to do first person virtual reality where you will no longer be playing a game – you are inside it. The 86% of yes votes on Greenlight shows that people want to experience this too”
Inspired by science-fiction classics Solaris, 2001: A Space Odyssey and Moon, as well as adventure games Gone Home and The Dig, P·O·L·L·E·N is a first-person space exploration game set on Titan, the only moon in the solar system with an atmosphere and vast liquid seas, where life may exist. P·O·L·L·E·N. places the player inside the suit and helmet of a space mechanic in a fully interactive world where each object has a functionality and action.
Here is the gameplay trailer:
P·O·L·L·E·N, will be coming to PC in Early 2016 and will support HTC Vive, OSVR, Oculus Rift and traditional display. Later in the year P·O·L·L·E·N will also be available for PlayStation 4 and supports PlayStation VR. Take a look at the Steam page.
Source: Press Release