Ether One PS4 GDC trailer, retail release announced

Explore the fragility of the human mind.

Ether One

White Paper Games released a new trailer for the PlayStation 4 version of Ether One at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco.

The first-person adventure game, which deals with the fragility of the human mind, presents the player with two paths: a story exploration path free from puzzles (its core), as well as a deeper and more adventurous path with puzzles to restore “life changing events of the patient’s history in order to help the validation of their life.”

While the game will be available digitally, White Paper announced Soedesco will also publish a physical disc edition of the PlayStation 4 version worldwide.

Ether One is currently available on PC. A release date for PlayStation 4 is yet to be announced, but White Paper Games says it’s “almost ready” to announce it.

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