Shawn McGrath’s new PS3 exclusive abstract racing actioner Dyad will be releasing in the US on July 17, a post over at the official PS Blog has revealed. The game is designed to create a strong sense of flow, exploring the mental state of the player. It offers different contemplative approaches, called Mantras, creating a thought-based metagame apart from the audio-visual gameplay.
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We had expected Dyad to hit PC in March, but “I lied,” said developer Sean McGrath. See his charmingly honest release date announcement vlog through the break.
Dyad will finally be released through PSN in Europe tomorrow, according to the PS Blog. Released in the US back in July, those in Europe will get it for a 30% discount at €9.99 with an additional 20% off for PS Plus members for two weeks. Until tomorrow, then.