Bit.Trip and Woah Dave fans are invited to absorb the multiple intel drops beyond the fold.
Bit.Trip developer Choice Provisions (formerly known as Gaijin Games) has had quite a big weekend thanks to PlayStation Experience.
The most immediate news is that it’s released a new game – or rather, a collection. The Bit.Trip is a collection of six Bit.Trip games – Bit.Trip Beat, Bit.Trip Void, Bit.Trip Core, Bit.Trip Runner, Bit.Trip Fate and Bit.Trip Flux – available right now from the PlayStation Store for PS4 and Vita, with a PlayStation 3 release inbound.
(It was quite a good show for sudden PlayStation Network releases, wasn’t it?)
The team has two new games in the works, too. The first is Space Dave, a spiritual successor to Woah Dave – but where the 2014 original was a platform arcade game, this one is a fixed shooter, with the player facing off against aliens attacking in pattern waves. It’ll have bosses, too, and is on the way to PS4 and Vita.
The second new game is called DriveDriveDrive, a racing game in which you control vehicles on multiple tracks simultaneously. You can switch between courses at any time, leaving the AI to take over on the others, but since the AI is deliberately rubbish you need to make tactical choices as to when to switch. It will have online multiplayer, a single-player campaign, a track editor and more, and is coming to PS4 and Vita.