Cult PlayStation 2 classic Amplitude will finally return in rebooted form on the PlayStation 4 this 5th January. You may recall Harmonix crowd funding this revival – well, it's finally ready for release. The title will include "high-fidelity visuals, new songs, and a sci-fi narrative" all set to the title's trance-inducing lane switching gameplay loop.
"Amplitude features a single player campaign along with competitive and cooperative local multiplayer modes," explained publishing associate Nick Murdy on the PlayStation Blog. "The campaign is presented in the form of a sci-fi concept album with a narrative that surfaces through the game's visuals, music, and lyrics." As they'd say in Bloodborne: reeks of pretentiousness.
The title will feature a full 30 songs, including some from Insomniac Games, Minecraft, and Harmonix's in-house composers. Fortunately, there's no P.O.D. this time, so you can rest easy. There's a brand new trailer embedded below showing off all of the release's modes. The game will beat $19.99 out of your wallet, so you may want to start saving now.