However, an update on Sony's official PlayStation website has revealed a little more about the intriguing title. The game is in development at Sony's Team Siren studio, the group synonymous for the Siren games on PS2 and PS3. The game has dropped the "Daze" moniker from its working title, settling for a more simplistic working title in "Gravity".

According to Sony, Gravity will give you the ability to "manipulate gravity" to guide you through a variety of open world settings, "shifting your perspective and the action to complete dozens of missions spanning several worlds".

The game will use the PlayStation Vita's gyro sensor to control gravity. The device's front and back panels will be used to "quickly react to shifting surroundings and dodge enemy attacks" too.

Sony's promising "graphic novel storytelling" in Gravity, thanks to the game's stunning art-direction and the PlayStation Vita's OLED screen. Some of the concept art showcased on Sony's official page for the game certainly looks stunning. Click through here for more of that.