On Twitter yesterday, publisher Enhance Games announced Tetris Effect: Connected will launch on Steam sometime during the summer. The game is already available on PC via the Epic Games Store and Microsoft Store.
Steam pricing is unknown, though Tetris Effect: Connected sells for $39.99 on the other PC storefronts. Also, the Steam version will support the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive VR headsets. You’ll be able to play the game normally, if VR isn’t your thing.
Regardless of where you get Tetris Effect: Connected from, the PC version includes support for 4K resolution, ultra-wide monitors, and an uncapped framerate.
Launched in 2019, Tetris Effect: Connected is an enhanced version of the original Tetris Effect. Its main claim to fame is the gameplay that’s tied to the music, which plays across 30 different stages. There’s also a Zone mechanic, which lets you place several blocks at the same time.
The Steam listing is currently up, and you’re able to add it to your wishlist.
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