Rock Band developer Harmonix has revealed more on its upcoming PlayStation VR exclusive, Harmonix Music VR.
Due to release alongside PlayStation VR this October, the game lets users take part in four different types of experiences that react to your music, including a transforming alien beach, an interactive dance party and an easel that lets you create 3D drawings.
17 tracks are included with the game, including songs from its Kickstarter game Amplitude, but it is also compatible with your entire music library, letting you plug a USB stick into your PS4 and play any song you want.
"We've had a lot of fun creating this world and seeing the silly dances people create," said Harmonix's publishing assistant Nick Mudry. "The Dance is a fun experience not only for the player, but everyone in the room! Seriously, once you start a conga line on this dance floor, there’s no stopping one from starting in your living room."
For a look at what to expect check out the trailer below. I can guarantee you've never seen anything like it before…
A price for Harmonix Music VR has yet to be announced, but expect to hear more in the run up to the launch of PlayStation VR this October.