Warner Music Group is becoming a member of forces with Swedish sport studio Good day There Video games for a brand new rhythm sport.
‘Invector: Rhythm Galaxy’ is a narrative-driven rhythm sport set to the soundtrack of 40-hit songs throughout quite a lot of music genres. Gamers will navigate breathtaking, celestial landscapes whereas mastering the beat of chart-topping hits from artists like Charlie Puth, PinkPantheress, Duran Duran, and plenty of extra.
The sport follows on the heels of the profitable AVICII Invector, co-developed by Good day There Video games and Avicii himself. The latest sport will leverage WMG’s roster of world artists to construct a rhythm sport that appeals to all kinds of tastes. Gamers will fly by way of eight vibrant cosmic landscapes, both solo or with 2-player or 4-player native multiplayer.
This marks WMG’s first foray into video games publishing and illustrates the corporate’s dedication to delivering thrilling, interactive experiences.
“This enterprise into gaming showcases our dedication to reimagining the boundaries of music and the way it’s outlined by artists and followers alike inside our evolving ecosystem,” provides Oana Ruxandra, Chief Digital Officer and EVP, Enterprise Improvement, WMG. “Invector: Rhythm Galaxy intertwines the facility of music with the interplay of gaming to construct energetic, immersive experiences for followers and new income streams for WMG’s artists.”
“At Good day There Video games, our unwavering ardour for music and gaming fuels our drive,” provides Oskar Eklund, CEO, and Founder at Good day There Video games. “Lots of our group members are gifted musicians themselves. We’re so excited to carry this sport to the following stage with Warner Music Group and their wonderful artists. We will’t wait for everybody to expertise the magic.”
Invector: Rhythm Galaxy will launch on July 14 for PC, with console launch dates coming later. As an avid gamer myself, it’s arduous to not point out how a lot the sport appears like Audiosurf—a sport from 2008 that turns .mp3s into race tracks.