Ghost Giant Haunts Your PlayStation VR This April

Published: March 4, 2019 9:00 AM /


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The Ghost Giant release date has been set for April 2019! This upcoming game for the PlayStation VR has players taking on the role of the titular massive phantasm, but they're not out to hurt people. Rather, the super-sized spirit is out to solve a variety of problems in a village filled with adorable animal people by using his supernatural powers.

Have a gander at a trailer for Ghost Giant to get a feeling for what it's all about:

Ghost Giant is essentially a puzzle game where players spend their time in a village with all sorts of problems that need to be solved. Fortunately, you play the titular Ghost Giant that just so happens to have the power to change the world around him. A young boy named Lewis is quite troubled and he just so happens to be the only person who can see the giant. You'll help him and other people in the village by interacting with various objects in the world and even opening up the inside of people's houses using your powers. The developers describe it as sort of like playing with a virtual dollhouse sandbox. It's up to you to make the best use of these powers and help out all of the villagers with their various troubles.

At the moment, Ghost Giant is slated to launch exclusively for the PlayStation VR in just a few short weeks. It was originally announced at E3 2018You won't have to wait too much longer to get your hands on this newest title from Zoink and Perp Games. The Ghost Giant release date is April 16, 2019. No price has been announced as of yet.

Will you be grabbing this game on the Ghost Giant release date? What do you think of the gameplay we've seen so far? Let us know in the comments below!

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