Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes by Steel Crate Games is heading to meet the release date of the PlayStation VR.
In the game, one person using the Virtual Reality headset is in a room with a bomb that they have to disarm. Other players are reading from the bomb documentation to explain to the disarm procedures based on what they see in their reality. In the PC version, you print out the instructions and then find the correct procedure based on what the bomb looks like in each module. On the PlayStation VR version, the documentation is up on a virtual cork board which can be navigated and read based on the bomb disposal players’ feedback.
All this sounds pretty easy, but when you are up against a ticking bomb with limited time to make your decisions it makes for a fun party game. Just be sure you trust the people you are with because if you make three mistakes, it is game over.
The PlayStation VR version of the game will be available to download from the PlayStation Network on the 13th October 2016. During launch week, PlayStation Plus members will also get 10% discount on the usual price of $14.99.
Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes is also available for the Samsung Gear VR, Oculus Rift and HTC Vive with the latter two able to get the game from Steam.