A Fisherman’s Tale | Release Date and New Trailer

Vertigo Games has announced that their “infinite recursive puzzle game,” A Fisherman’s Tale, will be coming to PSVR and other VR platforms on January 22, 2019. A Fisherman’s Tale was originally revealed at Gamescom 2018 and a January 2019 release window was specified in November. Check out the full press release and newly released 360° interactive trailer below.

Rotterdam (NL), December 14th 2018 – With an all-new 360° Story Video, Vertigo Games, Innerspace and ARTE today announce the mind-bending VR adventure game A Fisherman’s Tale will launch on PlayStation VR, HTC Vive, Oculus Rift and Windows Mixed Reality on January 22, 2019.

In A Fisherman’s Tale, you live a cozy, isolated life until one day you realize you’re just a little wooden puppet trapped inside the model of a lighthouse! Worse, the model is replicated inside and out on an infinite recursive loop. Luckily, you quickly find out you can collaborate with none other than yourself to solve the multi-dimensional riddles that pave the way to discovering your true reality.

Co-produced by ARTE, the European culture channel and digital network with a focus on creation and innovation, A Fisherman’s Tale is a narrative VR production that at its heart tells a story about breaking away illusions to find truth. And who knows, you may even discover something about yourself along the way…

Watch the all-new Story Video in 360° or from within your VR headset here:

A Fisherman’s Tale is an amazing story full of surprising and playful gameplay. It explores immersive writing in virtual reality and brings an unprecedented proposition to VR gaming. ARTE is a proud collaborator on A Fisherman’s Tale together with its talented creators at Innerspace and publisher Vertigo Games,” said Gilles Freissinier, Head of Web Department at ARTE France.

A Fisherman’s Tale will launch on PlayStation VR, HTC VIVE, Oculus Rift and Windows Mixed Reality on January 22, 2019.

A Fisherman’s Tale was developed by INNERSPACE VR in co-production with ARTE France with the support of CNC, Ville de Paris New Media Fund and BPI France. Published by Vertigo Games.

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Written by Brock Arnett

Gamer since the NES days, Boilermaker, Colts and Pacers fan. I can’t wait until my two boys are old enough to play games with me.

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