Tetris Effect has a limited time demo on PlayStation 4 available right now. The "Weekend Trial Demo," as developer Enhance is calling it will be available up until Monday, Novermber 5th.
Tetris Effect is a psychedelic take on the classic puzzle game, developed under the direction of Tetsuya Mizuguchi, the creative lead on other trippy synesthetic games like Rez and Lumines.
The Weekend Trial Demo features three stages of the game's main "Journey Mode" campaign (each stage featuring a unique theme, graphics, music, sound effects), plus Marathon Mode and Mystery Mode.
Marathon Mode challenges players to get the best score possible within a 150-line limit, while Mystery Mode tasks players to with survive randomly selected positive and negative effects on their session.
A special 24-hour Weekend Ritual event has also been announced, and will run from 12pm UTC on Saturday, November 3rd. During the event, players can earn points in a specific mode to unlock a unique in-game avatar will unlock for all event participants.
Tetris Effect also supports PSVR for those with the appropriate hardware, but is not exclusively a PSVR experience. The game also features support for 4K and HDR on Playstation 4 Pro.
Tetris Effect launches on PlayStation 4 and PSVR on November 9.
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