Cordens Interactive announced Vesper: Zero Light Edition for PC and Switch.
Vesper: Zero Light Edition includes new content to play, expanded and improved visuals, rebalanced gameplay, and performance improvements for the puzzle platformer.
Vesper: Zero Light Edition is coming to PC (via Steam, GOG, and itch.io) alongside Nintendo Switch on May 12, for $9.99. If you own the original game on PC, you will get the new edition as a free update.
Here is a new trailer:
Here is an overview of the game:
Vesper: Zero Light Edition
Vesper: Zero Light Edition is a visionary and mysterious adventure set in a decaying world full of secrets to uncover, where your choices will change the future of an entire race.
A tiny android called seven is lost on a strange planet full of peril and traces of an ancient civilization – with no powers or ability to defeat enemies until he finds the Drive Gun, a weapon used to absorb lights , create darkness and control minds .
Frantic chases against relentless machines force you to make decisions in the blink of an eye. Hide from your pursuers and sneak through enemy lines to reach your objective.
Use the Drive Gun to absorb light from various sources and create dark spots for you to hide in. Inject absorbed light into machines to open portals and activate deadly traps.
Control your opponents with light and eliminate them after exploiting their abilities. Take control of your destiny and decide the future of the Android race.
- Creative solutions: solve puzzles and deceive your enemies in multiple ways using the power of the Drive Gun
- Join the dots: Collect mysterious and encrypted documents to uncover the real truth behind the Vesper Protocol
- The end is only the beginning: start a new game after the credits and find out why you changed the world forever
- The sound of the end of the universe: listen to the breathtaking soundtrack by Francesco Gagliardi and lose yourself in the atmosphere of Aryish
- An author’s vision: live a unique science fiction story, where each shot and each camera movement are finely crafted by their authors, Matteo Marzorati and Tommaso Loiacono.