First Class Trouble

Invisible Walls ApS, in cooperation with indie publisher Versus Evil, announced that the multiplayer social thriller First Class Trouble released on the PlayStation Store and can be downloaded via PlayStation Plus.

PlayStation® Plus members can access the new title in the PS4 ™ and PS5 ™ versions from November 2nd to December 6th at no additional cost. The release on PlayStation 5 will coincide with the end of the Steam Early Access phase of the PC version.

First Class Trouble is a social party thriller where everything depends on drawing the right conclusions. Six passengers are on board a luxurious spaceship. Four of them are people who are trying together to deactivate a crazy AI inside the ship. The other two are personoids that they want to prevent.

First Class Trouble supports cross-play and controller experience

First Class Trouble supports cross-play for PC, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5. In addition, the game makes optimal use of the technical possibilities of the PlayStation 5 in areas such as 3D sound and ray tracing graphics. In addition, the haptic feedback from the PlayStation 5 controller makes the chaos in the hands palpable. If you use a fire extinguisher with the trigger, you will feel the vibration in your hands while the appropriate audio is played. One area of ​​application in which the function of the controller can be experienced is the throwing of bottles, which is popular among fans. When a bottle hits nearby, the controller emits appropriate audio and a haptic response that increases the closer we get to the point of impact. The hazards in the vicinity, such as fire or electrical interference, also have similar effects.

The PlayStation of First Class Trouble

When it launches on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5, First Class Trouble will include all updates to the current PC version, including Botanical Garden and Personoid Quarters. Additional content is also available starting in the form of six cosmetic DLC packs, including the First Class Trouble Supporters Pack, Christmas Pack, Winter Pack, Vruumba Pack, Runway Pack, and New Years Eve Pack. The DLC packages offer an additional selection of outfits such as uniforms, evening dresses, hats, tuxedos, swimwear and various accessories with which the characters can be individualized.

Comment of publisher Versus Evil

Steve Escalante, general manager of Versus Evil said: “Today we can announce that First Class Trouble 1.0 is now available for PlayStation and PC! We would particularly like to thank our community for their help and cooperation during the early access phase on the PC. First Class Trouble is now ready for its maiden voyage! We can’t think of a better way to spend the holiday season with a game than with one that creates unpredictable and highly entertaining memories. First Class Trouble is a new social experience with sharp inferences and often hilarious results, where players play their roles, find out who to trust, and make their own experiences with friends, ”

The Special feature of First Class Trouble

A special feature of First Class Trouble is proximity and distance-based voice chat to authentically reproduce the social dynamics of real conversations. It also means that friends have to step away from the group to make plans – and that we don’t hear a victim’s cries for help if they’re too far away from us. Teamwork in the various tasks is essential in order to move forward and at the same time develop good strategies to eliminate each other. The varied surroundings ensure moments that are both macabre and amusing: friends throw each other out of airlocks, electrify themselves in pools, lock themselves in freezers and throw bottles at each other’s skulls.

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