PixelOpus’s Concrete Genie is out next month and offers a unique action-adventure story about illustration, graffiti, and overcoming one’s fears. Taking to Twitter, the developer has announced that the game has gone gold. This means that principle development is finished, and that it’s ready for shipping and being pressed onto discs.
Concrete Genie follows Ash, a young boy who doodles in his notebook, which is subsequently torn up by the local bullies. He sets out on a journey to recover those pages, but also takes to liven up the town with his creations. There’s also a Photo Mode, which will have a Replay function with clips of Ash customizing his photos that can be shared.
There’s also the VR Experience, where Ash ventures below the lighthouse along with Splotch, a genie. Then there’s VR Free Paint Mode, which provides access to four different places for creating art with Living Paint and Genie brushes earned during the story. Concrete Genie releases on October 8th for PS4, so stay tuned for more details on the game.
— Pixelopus (@Pixelopus) September 6, 2019