Astro Bot: Rescue Mission launches October 2 in the Americas, October 3 in Europe

Due out both physically and digitally for $39.99.

Astro Bot: Rescue Mission

Astro Bot: Rescue Mission will launch both physically and digitally for PlayStation VR on October 2 in the Americas and October 3 in Europe for $39.99 USD / $49.99 CAD/ 149.90 BRL, Sony Interactive Entertainment announced.

PlayStation Store pre-orders will be available later today and include four Astro Bot character avatars as an instant reward, as well as an Astro Bot: Rescue Mission dynamic theme and the full digital soundtrack.

Here is an overview of the game, via Sony:

Astro Bot: Rescue Mission is a new virtual reality platformer created exclusively for PlayStation VR. In the game you take control of Astro, the captain of a spaceship traveling in search for his lost crew. The adventure spans across 26 levels that take the platforming genre to new heights with 360-degree virtual reality gameplay, huge towering bosses, precise controls and a good dose of challenge and humor! If you haven’t had a chance to see the game in action yet, check out this video where I explain some of the game’s main features.

Watch a new gameplay commentary trailer below. View a new set of screenshots at the gallery.

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