Back in April, we reported that White Paper Games, developer of Ether One, was in talks to bring its first-person puzzle / adventure game to PS4. It looks like those talks have been successful, with White Paper announcing that Ether One is indeed headed to Sony's platform. Rather than releasing the game as a direct port, the studio will be entirely re-building Ether One in Unreal Engine 4, which designer Pete Bottomley says will "make it feel great on console." Sadly, we don't know how long it will take to make Ether One feel great on PS4, as Bottomley failed to reveal a release date.
We lauded the PC version of Ether One for its demanding puzzles and its story, which we found "both heartbreaking and horrifying." In it, players take on the role of a Restorer, an individual who dives into people's fragmented memories to repair their minds.