The PlayStation VR game Polybius is coming to PC at some point in the future. Although there has been no confirmed release date, the developer did confirm that the virtual reality game would arrive on PC with VR support as well as a standard mode so it can be played on an ordinary monitor.
Polybius has been one of the gaming industry’s biggest urban legends over the past two decades. It was believed to be a rare arcade machine that could induce a number of alarming effects in players. Stories told how it was so popular that users would soon become addicted. There were even conspiracy theories that the machines were being operated by a government agency, with rumors circulating about men in black suits coming to take data from the cabinets.
A number of games based on descriptions of the supposed original arcade machine have been created in recent times.
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