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Downward Spiral: Horus Station

3rd Eye Studios on the sound of the Downward Spiral

The VR thriller uses mechanical and analogue sci-fi sounds.

Developer 3rd Eye Studios has released a developer diary in which it discusses the sound design used in their upcoming game Downward Spiral: Horus Station. In the video sound designer Can Uzer talks about the challenges in creative decisions for the audio of the first-person sci-fi thriller.

"What we did in this game sound wise, that actually, go back to the history of sci-fi to create and try to create elements that are more analogue and more mechanical", Uzer says.

In Downward Spiral: Horus Station players try to solve a mystery on a space station which was left drifting in space. The game launches this spring on PlayStation 4 and PC, with optional support for PSVR, Oculus Touch, HTC Vive and Windows Mixed Reality. For more on the game be sure to check out our interview with 3rd Eye Studios.

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