Previously announced for PC and iOS, Morphite will also be launching on the Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 on 7 September 2017. Morphite is an atmospheric exploration sci-fi shooter with elements of platforming and is a product of the works of Crescent Moon GamesWe’re Five Games, and Blowfish Studios.  The game is now available to pre-order for the PlayStation 4 in Europe. Check out the rather nifty trailer below:

According to the press release, the game is set in the distant future and follows the story of Myrah Kale, a young woman whose life takes a sudden turn when a routine mission develops into an interstellar adventure revealing her mysterious past and connection to the coveted substance Morphite.
lakebirdMyrah will voyage to the furthest corners of space to explore uncharted planets with diverse landscapes teeming with exotic flora and fauna. With the help of a scanner, Myrah can sell the biological information of organic lifeforms she comes across to purchase upgrades for her ship, suit and weapons.

Inside Myrah’s vessel, players will face random encounters in real-time combat, trade with other space travelers and utilize an easy-to-use Starmap to navigate a galaxy full of hand-crafted worlds where the fully-voiced main story takes place as well as procedurally-generated planets brimming with side quests.
Ben Lee, CEO at Blowfish studios describes the game as:
an atmospheric sci-fi shooter with inspiration drawn from classic console games including Ratchet and Clank, Metroid Prime and Turok
Ben believes that Morphite will be a natural fit for the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. It certainly looks it to us and the impressive trailer and the inspirations behind the game make this one to watch. Stay tuned for more info on Morphite.
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4 Responses

  1. Jean-Sebastien Auger says:

    This game is nowhere to be found…. just saying…

  2. I hadn’t heard of this game before but it certainly looks unique.

    I knew this day was coming; which format do I get a game on when I have all 3?

    I wonder if the general rule will be:

    1) Do I want to play Online Multiplayer? Then go for the superior of PS4/XB1
    2) Is the Switch version almost as good as the other two? If yes, go for the Switch version otherwise the superior of the PS4/XB1 (By PS4/XB1, I mean PS4Pro vs XB1X)

    • Matt the foot says:

      Ps4 version will be the best

      • I don’t really mind which will be the best. I likely won’t be playing online so it will be a question of: How much worse is the Switch version? If the answer is “only slightly” then that will be the one I get.

        If it’s a lot, then it’ll be whichever is better of the Xbox or PS console I have at the time (I have the PS4 Pro and will be getting the Xbox 1 X). From a neutral point of view, I would guess the XBox 1 X will be at least as good as the PS4 pro version, however I prefer the Xbox controllers.

        I did see a new Playstation Elite controller mentioned somewhere recently, where they have switched the left stick and the left Dpad around (so it matches the XBox) – that is a big plus for me!

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