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Robinson: The Journey | Dev Diary 1
11 August, 2016
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Сrytek has presented the first dev diary for its Robinson: The Journey, a first person sci-fi adventure game developed exclusively for PlayStation VR. Assuming the role of Robin, the 12 year-old solitary survivor of the Esmeralda, a spaceship which crash lands on a mysterious planet, players will become truly present in beautifully rendered landscapes and feel the scale of dinosaurs as they can in no other medium as the power of CRYENGINE and VR will bring something special.

With development for Robinson: The Journey in full swing, Crytek sent Robinson developers to the Senckenberg Natural History Museum in Frankfurt to discuss VR, the inspiration behind the game, and dinosaurs. Robinson was built from the ground-up for VR, and the possibilities the medium offers were key in driving the team’s development choices while creating this first-person sci-fi adventure game.

Crytek

It ticks off all the sci-fi boxes. It has an alien planet, dinosaurs, and robots. You can’t get a better game than that.

 

Elijah Freeman

Crytek

Producer

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