Tetris Effect coming to PC on July 23

Tetris Effect

Tetris Effect

Until now, that game has only been available on PlayStation 4 -but it's coming to PC next week.

Tetsuya Mizuguchi's musical re-imagining of Tetris, Tetris Effect, will arrive on PC as an Epic Games Store exclusive. Fully playable on either a standard display-with unlocked resolution and uncapped framerate (with Vsync disabled)-or optionally in mind-blowing 3D on Oculus Rift and HTC Vive. Publisher Enhance and The Tetris Company described the PC release as "the ultimate version" of the game, with uncapped framerates, 4K resolution, support for ultrawide monitors, and "other expanded game and graphical options not found in the console release". The gameplay will be instantly familiar to anyone who's ever played a Tetris game before, but the music and often trippy visuals elevate the package as a whole, turning it into something of a feast for the senses. There's also a ton of new settings to tweak, spanning particle density, texture filtering and more.

In a video published earlier today (which you can check out for yourself further down this article), publisher Enhance Games confirmed that the game will release on the Epic Games store on July 23, and that pre-orders are available now.

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The game will be 20% off if you order it in the next two weeks, and will include digital deluxe DLC ("a seven-track sampler of the award-winning soundtrack by Hydelic and ten Tetris Effect themed 4K desktop wallpapers") for free.

The PC announcement trailer strikes me as "Tetris, but louder", but there's clearly more going on here than just just a fresh coat of paint on an old game.

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