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Survival on a microscopic scale. Truant Pixel’s VEV: Viva Ex Vivo will be launching this summer exclusive to PS4 with planned support for PlayStation VR.
Truant Pixel’s VEV: Viva Ex Vivo features a unique take on arcade-style survival gameplay. Wherein the player assumes the role of a busy microbiologist in the not-so-distant future, whose research partner has taken off for the week for some much-needed R&R. Players will find they’ve been tasked with sifting through their partner’s notes, and completing their team’s work: researching biological samples using a nanoscale artificial organism capable of surviving in a multitude of familiar and foreign microscopic environments.
The game features elements of arcade, simulation, and survival gameplay, with open exploration and resource management on a microscopic level. It includes random, procedurally generated levels presented in a third-person perspective.
Your ultimate goal is to gather the maximum amount of potential energy possible, and maximize your VEV’s functional lifespan within the time limit. Everything you do, from your swimming speed to your encounters with indigenous organisms, affects your base energy consumption rate.
Players will find themselves in a race against time and a race against entropy as they explore each sample, harvest energy, stay alive, and build a high score.
VEV: Viva Ex Vivo will be launching this summer exclusive to PS4 with planned support for PlayStation VR.