Announced outside of PlayStation’s E3 2018 press conference – because Sony’s bloody weird sometimes – is news that Japan Studio and From Software are collaborating on a new PlayStation VR exclusive named Déraciné. Directed by Hidetaka Miyazaki, this is the Bloodborne band back together, and they're working on a narrative experience where you play as a faerie, existing in a world “frozen in time”.
The backdrop is a boarding school, and you’ll be able to explore it, unseen, piecing together its fragmented story. The concept sounds somewhat similar to The Invisible Hours, which we absolutely loved last year, so expectations are high for this one.
“Déraciné has a warm, peculiar feel to it that is completely different from anything we have done before,” wrote Miyazaki on the PlayStation Blog. “I’d love for as many users as possible to give it a try.” The game’s due out later this year, exclusively for PlayStation VR.