Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes is a cracking and intense multiplayer game on PS4, but currently, you can only enjoy it if you own PlayStation VR. The headset wearer can see the bomb and must disarm it while the other participants bark instructions from a comprehensive manual.

However, it's just been announced on the PlayStation Blog that the game is receiving a free update later this month that makes it playable without virtual reality. From 16th August, you'll be able to play in a more accessible setup, with the bomb displayed on the TV. It's designed to be played locally, but you can technically play it online via party chat. If you're defusing the bomb, your friends can download the manual for free, hop in a party, and play along.

The title will also be receiving a 10% discount for the week following the introduction of this update, so if you've ever wanted to give this a whirl, it'll soon be the perfect time. Will you be playing Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes when it updates next week? Have you already played it via PSVR? Remain calm in the comments below.