Tetris Effect - Announce Trailer

Tetris Effect - Announce Trailer

Tetris Effect - Announce Trailer

With more than 170 million copies sold, Tetris is the best-selling video game to date. Per the game's official description, it's more or less Tetris as you know it - the insane imagery is mostly just there to enhance immersion and elicit emotions. It's called Tetris Effect and it's coming to the PlayStation 4 (with PlayStation VR support) this fall.

Being created by Tetsuya Mizuguchi and the team behind Lumines and Rez Infinite, I don't know how to explain this game, besides telling you to watch that trailer and try to piece it together for yourself.

Named after a real-world phenomenon where players' brains are so engrossed that images of the iconic falling Tetrimino blocks (i.e. the Tetris playing pieces) linger in their vision, thoughts, and even dreams, TETRIS EFFECT amplifies this magical feeling of total immersion by surrounding you with fantastic, fully three-dimensional worlds that react and evolve based on how you play.

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Enhance promises an immersive experience where "Music, backgrounds, sounds, special effects - everything, down to the Tetris pieces themselves, pulse, dance, shimmer, and explode in ideal sync with how you're playing". So, how will Tetris Effect actually play?

Sid Shuman who announced the game said that this countdown is PlayStation's way of trying something new.

Aside from that, the game has the usual array of game modes in Tetris games, such as the classic Marathon - where you play until you lose - a sped-up Sprint Mode and an Ultra mode which imposes a time limit to achieve the highest possible score. When the game finally arrives this fall, it'll be offered in full HD on PlayStation 4 and in 4K / 60 frames per second on the PS4 Pro (and of course in 3D with PS VR).

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