The Assembly Supports PlayStation Move
Get hands on with The Assembly in our third instalment of The Assembly’s motion controller support. The patch which launched today on PlayStation VR means you can now explore and interact in The Assembly using your Move controllers. Previously we have announced that HTC Vive and Oculus Touch motion controllers have received support.
If you’d like to find out more information about how motion controls have been implemented for PlayStation Move, take a look at this video with The Assembly’s Game Director Jamie Whitworth. Here he takes you through the ways in which we’ve supported each of The Assembly’s platforms with these updates.
For those of you who have upgraded to PlayStation Pro, this means you can now enjoy The Assembly with your Move controllers alongside the game’s higher quality graphics. The extra power of the PS4 Pro renders The Assembly's world at a higher resolution for a more accurate final image in VR.
Oculus Winter Sale
Additionally, you can now pick up The Assembly over the holiday season at a discounted price. On Oculus Home, The Assembly is now 50% off at the price of $14.99 / €14.99 / £10.99. This will run until January 3rd. Keep an eye out for further promotions for The Assembly over the Holiday season.
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