- Number of Players
- Release Date
- 7th Dec 2021, $19.99
- 7th Dec 2021, £16.99
PlayStation Plus Essential (Subscription)
- 1st Nov 2022 until 5th Dec 2022
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Manned mission to madness
We shouldn't need to tell you how scary the dangers of things going wrong in zero-g are; the movie Gravity eloquently made that point already. Heavenly Bodies takes itself less seriously, but the peril of floating off into nothingness still looms over an otherwise goofy, intentionally awkward game. Playing alone or with...
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Available now on PS5 and PS4
Heavenly Bodies is an entertaining co-op indie game that's filled with potential for chaos, and if you're into that sort of thing, good news: there's now more of it. A DLC pack called Cleanup is available to purchase on PS Store for PS5 and PS4, and it sounds like a substantial addition to the zero-gravity physics...
Blood, sweat, and Yokai
Today's the day for November 2022's PS Plus Essential lineup to begin rolling out to subscribers, granting them access to another three PS5, PS4 games. They are available to redeem and download across Europe now, and the same will go for the USA as the day progresses. As a reminder, members can now grab the following: Nioh...
Plus or minus?
It's hard to believe that we're writing about November's PS Plus Essential offering, isn't it? The last few months of 2022 have absolutely flown by, but before we can look at Sony's subscription service as a whole for the year, we need to examine this newly announced line up, and gather some opinions on the matter. To recap,...
As is practically a routine monthly occurrence, the PS Plus Essential games for next month have leaked ahead of Sony's official announcement. The platform holder is due to unveil November's selection of complimentary titles tomorrow (26th October), but French retail site Dealabs has beaten them to the punch once again. So, what's in the...
Possible PS Plus game
First announced before the PlayStation 5 was even priced, developer 2pt Interactive has confirmed Heavenly Bodies will launch for Sony's current-gen console and PS4 on 7th December 2021. That is the same day December 2021's free PS Plus titles will be available, so there's a possibility the title in question will be offered as...
Check out the new trailer
Space is terrifying. If you're going to take on dangerous, zero-gravity missions, you should at least take a friend — preferably a fearless one. Heavenly Bodies, announced for PlayStation 5 and PS4 last year, is a co-op game that explores such a scenario, and it has a new gameplay trailer. You and a buddy take on various...
A load of floaters
No, Heavenly Bodies isn't a game about Push Square's editorial staff. Instead, it's a title all about the unpredictable and complicated nature of zero gravity. The game, developed by 2pt Interactive, is headed for PlayStation 5 and PS4 in 2021. We like the look of it so far; it's a co-op game in which you and one other are tasked...
Discover the ever-changing nuances of weightless motion in this challenging physics game. Wrangle control of your cosmonaut’s arms with the left and right thumbsticks to push, pull, and clamber through fully physically simulated scenarios aboard a scientific research station.
You have been entrusted to bring into operation Earth’s proudest feat of engineering. With only radio contact with mission control as your aid, you will have to use your sharp mind and dexterous limbs to assemble space telescopes, maintain delicate solar arrays and research cosmic botany. But without gravity, nothing is still, nothing is secure, and nothing is simple.
- A collection of stellar scenarios inspired by the feats of space explorers and researchers throughout history
- Play single player or with a friend via local-coop. You'll be able to play missions either solo or with a space friend
- Play online using PlayStation™Network Share Play
- Expressively control every limb of a weightless cosmonaut to perform challenging and delicate maneuvers
- Manipulate incredibly expensive space vehicles and elaborate machinery
- Stylised 70s visual aesthetic influenced by archival space photography and technical illustration
- Customisable control mode difficulty
- Rebindable controls