Tetris Effect - Announce Trailer


As promised a couple of days ago, Sony Interactive Entertainment announced a brand new PS4 game during a pre-E3 livestream.

Tetris Effect is named after the after-effect of "seeing" blocks and bricks even when you're not playing the game - something a Harvard study has found to be true, apparently.

The idea behind Tetris Effect the game is to amplify the real-life Tetris Effect. Owners of the PlayStation 4 Pro can also enjoy the game in 2D dimensions in 4k at 60fps.

Tetris Effect will be playable at E3 this year, with the possibility of a demo coming later in the year.

Enhance Games will be using its considerable knowledge of light and sound to create an experience where the music, backgrounds, sounds, special effects - basically everything - even down to the Tetris pieces themselves, pulse, dance, shimmer, and explode in flawless sync with how the videogame is played.

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Over 30 different stages, each with its own music, sound effects, graphical style and background that all evolve and change as you play through them.

Today's offering will be a new "New PS4 game With PS VR support" according to the post - we'll be sure to have all the details about the title as soon as we can.

By now, you're probably well-aware of what Tetris gameplay entails; it's not the most complicated of games (though it is very addicting).

One of the greatest, most addictive videogames ever created is getting a virtual reality (VR) makeover by none other then Enhance Games.

Almost 35 years after its initial release, Tetris is still one of the best, most addictive games there is, but is it still possible to do something new with the venerable puzzle series?