Ever wanted to live out your own anime detective power fantasy? Dyschronia: Chronos Alternate, developed by Tokyo Chronos creator MyDearest, is promising a cinematic crime drama for PSVR2’s launch day. It all takes place in the far-flung future, in a maritime city named Astrum Close, where the crime rate is less than 0.001%. Against all odds, however, the city’s founder has been murdered – and you’ve been tasked with closing the case.
“The investigation will be conducted using Memory Dive, an ability that allows the player to access the past by touching objects with the left hand and reliving the owner’s memories,” the PS Blog post explains. “The present can also be altered by interfering with the owner’s actions at the moment their fate diverges.” Sounds really interesting, doesn’t it?