Matterfall launches August 15, E3 2017 trailer

Housemarque's arcade action game returns.

MatterFall

Matterfall, Sony Interactive Entertainment and Housemarque’s 2015-announced arcade action game, will launch on August 15 for $19.99, Sony announced during its E3 2017 press conference pre-show.

Pre-orders include “Isignia 1,” “Insignia 2,” “Avalon Darrow 1,” “Avalon Darrow 2,” and “Rammer” PlayStation Network avatars.

Here’s an overview of the game, via Sony:

About

Matterfall is the next game from veteran developers Housemarque who are renowned for their arcade action.

In Matterfall you must survive a unique combination of platforming and bullet hell action within a massively vertical futuristic city that is being overrun by the mysterious Matter.

Key Features

  • A unique combination – Survive a unique combination of platforming and bullet hell action in a vertical city overrun by mysterious Matter.
  • Manipulate your environment – Avoid the deadly Red Matter and manipulate Blue Matter to turn the environment to your advantage.
  • Master your movements – Master aerial agility, sliding, leaping, flying in Zero G, and blasting, to destroy waves of enemies.
  • Experiment with weapons – Experiment with augmented weapons as you explore landmark locations of Fortuna City, Hydroponics and Matter Mines.

Watch a new trailer below. View a set of screenshots at the gallery.

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