Tale of the Fragmented Star. main game announced for PlayStation VR, PC VR

The main story to the 2018-released prologue game.

Tale of the Fragmented Star.

Publisher Mediascape and developer ForgeVision have announced virtual reality communication puzzle game Tale of the Fragmented Star., the tentatively titled main story game following the 2018-released prologue game Tale of the Fragmented Star: Single Fragment Version. It will launch for PlayStation VR, Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, and Windows Mixed Reality devices in spring 2020 with support for both English and Japanese language options.

Tale of the Fragmented Star. will maintain the same basic setup of the Single Fragment Version, but with completely new puzzles to solve. Even users who played the Single Fragment Version will be able to enjoy the main story. On the system side, tempo and operability have been improved with the introduction of action skips and direction changing. There is also a new ending to look forward to.

In related news, ForgeVision also announced that sales for Tale of the Fragmented Star: Single Fragment Version have topped 10,000 copies.

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