Pavilion trailer shows PlayStation “fourth-person puzzler”

Guide the main character via environmental interaction.

Pavilion

Visiontrick Media has released a short video update on Pavilion, its upcoming PlayStation 4 and PS Vita “fourth-person puzzler” announced at last year’s Tokyo Game Show.

It’s a “fourth-person” game because players are not in control of the main character, studio founder Henrik Flink explained. “Instead, you have to find different ways — mostly through environmental interaction — to guide, influence or even force him to explore and fulfill the purpose of the world.”

Pavilion will be playable at the indie games festival BitSummit in Kyoto from March 7 to 9, if you’ll happen to be in Japan at the time.

Watch the new trailer below.

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