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Three One Zero has encouraged fans to get in touch with Sony and publisher 505 Games to “demand” PlayStation VR support for Adrift.
In a tweet posted this morning, the developer said that it would be “crazy” not to bring the space game to Sony’s VR headset, adding that the studio is good to go.
“If you want to see #ADR1FT on #PSVR, tell @505_Games @505GamesFR @505GamesSP and @yosp. Thanks for your support! RT!”, Three One Zero tweeted earlier this month. “Demand #ADR1FT PSVR from 505 Games and Sony,” it added this morning. “Killer app, crazy to not do it! [Devs] are [good to go]!
While many had expected Adrift to be compatible with PlayStation VR (it was a launch title for PC VR headset Oculus Rift), 505 Games confirmed back in July that it had no plans to bring the game to Sony’s VR platform. It didn’t offer any explanation as to why, although judging by this month’s tweets it doesn’t seem to have gone down too well with the developer.
Adrift launched on PC back in March and PS4 in July.