KOI, the first Chinese developed PS4 game to release in the west April 19
Cole Watson |
Apr 11, 2016
The first ever Chinese developed PlayStation 4 title published for Western markets, KOI, is confirmed to launch April 19 on the PlayStation Store. Developed by Tianjin-based studio Dotoyou and published by leading independent Chinese publisher Oasis Games, KOI sends players on a small journey through the murky contaminated depths of a lotus pond as a lone koi fish. To progress the player will have to solve puzzles, discover enchanting melodies composed by popular Chinese artist, Zeta, and attempt to bring light back to the darkened, polluted waters.
KOI was released previously on mobile platforms and achieved a number of positive accolades and awards, including first place in the Modian Web PlayStation Developer Competition. The game will be available for $9.99 and $7.99 exclusively for PlayStation Plus members. KOI is rated E for “Everyone”.