Big Sky Infinity is 'randomly generated' shooter for PSN - out this week

Twin-stick shooter fires giant lasers in release trailer

This week's PlayStation Store updates in Europe and US will see the release of 'Big Sky Infinity', a "randomly generated" twin-stick shooter.


As director James Whitehead explains, "Big Sky Infinity is a lightning-fast, randomly-generated game that adapts to how you play - it's never the same game twice.

"You pilot a spaceship that's flying straight into an alien armada. The further you progress, the harder it gets, with giant bosses, streams of enemies and special things we call 'Events'. Your ship is equipped with a drill that lets you smash through planets and meteors. It's less about memorisation and more about reactions and adapting."

The game will hit the US PlayStation Store today, December 11, and will arrive in Europe on December 12.

It'll cost $9.99/£7.99/€9.99, but PS Plus subscribers in Europe only will be able to download it at no additional cost as part of their Instant Game Collection.

Here's the launch trailer.

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