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‘Adr1ft’ PS4 Xbox One Release Date, Gameplay & Trailer: Out Q2 2015? What We Know So Far

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No man is an island, but there could be one in space.

Published by 505 Games, "ADR1FT" chronicles the story of a sole astronaut survivor trying to find his -- or her -- way back home.

Despite the absence of memory, the protagonist tries to determine the cause of the event that led to the wreckage of their space station. He floats, alone in the haunting silence, in search of resources that would keep him alive as the clock ticks.

If the plot is exciting enough, wait til you find out that the game is slated to arrive in Q2 2015, IGN wrote. April would be the earliest possible time. According to GamesRadar, the title releases for the PS4, Xbox One, PC and Oculus Rift.

"ADR1FT" is a first-person experience (FPX) title developed by Three One Zero, We Got This Covered noted. As told by the outlet, the game is "first to be developed" by the independent studio.

505 Games president Ian Howe expressed, "The Three One Zero team epitomizes the tremendous passion and creativity of independent game development."

"I've wanted to publish 'ADR1FT' from the moment I first saw it at DICE; we're looking forward to working with Three One Zero to deliver a bold new gaming experience to all types of players," he added.

Three One Zero is established by Adam Orth and Omar Aziz. As it turns out, "ADR1FT" is not all about some spooky space adventure. It is also described to be "an emotional journey through action, consequence and redemption."

That said, it looks like "ADR1FT" has truly been crafted from a deep background. Now we're excited about the narrative it's bound to deliver!

Orth said, "From the very beginning, Ian Howe and his team have passionately understood the game Omar and I are trying to make. They have empowered us with the freedom to explore and create something special with 'ADR1FT,' both traditionally and with VR technology."

Meanwhile, Road to VR spotted the game's seeming influence from Sandra Bullock's film "Gravity," which also made extensive use of first-person perspective.

One gameplay mechanic cited by the source calls for canisters of compressed air, which are needed to maintain the functionality of the protagonist's already-damaged EVA (Extra Vehicular Activity) suit.

Meanwhile, it appears that this protagonist is actually a female, according to When-will.net. However, since the title's official site does not explicitly say so, we're taking this information with a pinch of salt for now.

Curious to see more of "ADR1FT?" Check out some of the game's screenshots here.

See the official trailer (via 505 Games) below.

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