The surreal sci-fi game Elea has set off into space on PlayStation 4, and the Steam version has received an update. The first-person storytelling adventure focusses on humanity’s place in the universe, the nature of intelligence and the meaning of faith. Kyodai, the developer of Elea, got the inspiration for the game’s narrative from classic sci-fi writers like Stanislaw Lem and Arthur C. Clarke.
A new trailer exhibits the surreal world of Elea. Packed with cryptic environments and puzzling scenarios, the trailer shows a preview of the adventurous space journey that lies ahead. Through the eyes of space scientist Elea, the trailer takes players into a world of mysteries. As the hypnotizing surroundings make for a bewildering impression, several quotes are shown from renowned video game journalists and players alike.
Kyodai ensures that there is a good amount of new content for the PS4 enhanced game, as well as some interesting features for PlayStation. The game supports PS Vita Remote Play and the DualShock 4 controller’s light bar and speaker features. The sci-fi game runs in up to 60 FPS with a dynamic 4k resolution on the PS4 Pro and up to 60 FPS with dynamic 1080p resolution on the regular PS4.
The game is now available for download on Xbox One, PS4 and Steam for PC.