Asymmetric multiplayer game First Class Trouble is coming to PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4, publisher Versus Evil has announced.
Set onboard a luxury space-faring cruise ship in an alternate 1950’s setting, you play as one of six passengers. Four players are selected to be residents, and must work together to shut down the ship’s AI that’s murdered the other passengers. The other two meanwhile will take on the role of Personoids, human-looking androids looking to kill the others.
Of course, it’s a very Among Us premise, but there’s a few things that set First Class Trouble apart. First up is the close-up third person perspective. There’s also a bunch of environmental ways to kill your victims, including fire and poorly-secured chandeliers. There’s also several unique levels and styles, with interactions specific to them.
Also promised are some DualSense exclusive features for the PlayStation 5 version of First Class Trouble. As per the PlayStation Blog, these will include haptic feedback for many of the game’s weapons and interactions. It’ll also use the controller’s audio to play sounds like bottles smashing close to you. Proximity Chat will also be supported.
Check out the game’s trailer for yourself down below. First Class Trouble doesn’t have a release date yet, but is coming to PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4 “soon”. It’s also currently available on PC in Early Access.