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Humanity Releases as May PlayStation Plus Catalogue Game

Humanity is the latest creation from the team that brought you Rez and Tetris Effect, Enhance. The game was announced back in 2019 and was originally meant to release in 2020 but suffered a substantial delay to 2023. During The Game Awards in December last year, the game was re-revealed and we finally have a release date of 16 May.

Enhance announced that not only is Humanity releasing on 16 May for PS5 and PlayStation VR2, but the game will also be available on the PlayStation Plus Game Catalogue on launch. This means you’ll be able to jump into this weird-looking puzzle game for no extra cost if you’re already a subscriber.

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It is also nice to see Sony finally giving away a PlayStation VR2 game as part of the service too. As it stands, there isn’t a single PS VR2 game users can download from the PlayStation Plus Game Catalogue for their new hardware.

For those who don’t know, Humanity is the latest title by Rez creator Tetsuya Mizuguchi. Players take on the role of a glowing, nameless Shina Ibu and need to guide crowds of people to an exit somewhere on the stage. Players place down commands on the floor while trying to get them to turn, jump, float, swim, climb and just walk around.

Enhance says the story mode in Humanity has over 90 levels to play through. There are also boss fights? the game also features a creation mode where players can build their own stages and share them online with other players.

Keep in mind that Humanity is completely playable on PS5 and PS4 with or without PlayStation VR2 (also on PC with or without VR). This is similar to Enhance’s other titles such as Tetris Effect and Rez. Both games also come with PS VR2 support. Watch the crazy trailer below that pays homage to the classic PlayStation adverts.

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