Shadowlands, a new virtual reality game developed by Minecraft creator Markus Persson, is set to hit PlayStation VR on February 26, with Minecraft creator Mojang releasing the game on the same day.
The game features realistic, hand-painted environments and a wide variety of creatures.
The title’s main character is a young boy named Jagell, who finds himself in the world of Shadowlands after the death of his parents.
He is then forced to become a miner, helping to keep the peace in an apocalyptic landscape.
The new title will feature an original story and will feature voice acting from the actors who voiced Jagelell and the other characters.
The main character’s parents, who were also a mining crew, are killed in the mine explosion.
The two men from the mining crew were also the last survivors.
“It was a very sad, depressing time,” Markus Perssson told GameSpot.
“I wanted to make a game about the pain that we all experience in life and that I thought the players could relate to.”
The developers of the game are hoping the game will inspire gamers to find new ways to survive the world.
“Shadowlands is the perfect example of how VR can inspire people to make games,” Markus said.
“You can have your dream game, a game that is totally unique, but still have the gameplay that the real world does.
It’s that kind of game that people will gravitate towards, that the players will get hooked on.
It will be a real game that you’ll go, ‘Oh, that’s cool.’
I think that’s the magic of VR.”
The game will also be available on the PlayStation Store on February 19 for $15.99.
Minecraft creator Mattie Brice, who also is responsible for the Minecraft franchise, also released Shadowlands on PlayStation VR in August 2017.
The VR title is available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation VR Edition, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 2, Xbox One and Xbox 360.
The price tag for Shadowlands has not been released, but Mojang has released a trailer of the title.