The lights are on
Soda Drinker Pro, the soda drinking simulator from creator Will Brierly, is coming to Xbox One.
Speaking with Joystiq at PAX East, Brielry says the game will run at 60 fps and 1080p citing the importance of those factors and saying, "We need a pixel-perfect experience with complete fluid dynamics." The game will also have a new drinking through time mode, take advantage of the Kinect, and include Brierly's other game, Vivian Clark. Vivian Clark is an abstract game about a falling droplet of rain water that takes over other objects and animals as it lands on them. You can find more about that game here.
In a press release teasing the reveal of the new-gen Soda Drinker Pro, Brierly wrote, "It's truly an exciting time in the world of Soda Drinking Simulation!"
We spoke in depth with the creator of Soda Drinker Pro at last year's PAX learning his opinion on the video games as art debate, the value of the ESRB, as well as a number of other questions. You can read that interview here.
Our TakeI'm glad I will finally be able to simulate the act of drinking soda in a virtual space on my new-gen console. Usually, I have to drink soda in real life, which is delicious, but also quite boring.
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