Indie game publisher Versus Evil and producer Invisible Walls ApS has just announced that the full version of the third-person, asymmetrical co-op survival game – First Class Trouble – is now available for PC via Steam and PlayStation 5, via PSN.
According to information provided by both companies (via TGG ), PlayStation Plus members will be able to download the PS4 and PS5 versions at no additional cost from November 2nd to December 6th. The PS5 release also syncs with the simultaneous full release of the games on PC, as First Class Trouble also left Steam Early Access in the course of yesterday.
First Class Trouble will support crossplay between PC, PS4, and PS5, and, in addition, the game will make optimal use of the PlayStation 5’s technical capabilities in aspects such as 3D sound and raytracing. Also, thanks to haptic feedback from the PS5 controller, players will be able to feel and experience chaos in the palm of their hands. The control vibrates and emits the corresponding audio when you press the trigger to fire a fire extinguisher.
With the release, First Class Trouble will include all updates to the existing PC version, including the Botanical Garden and Personoid Quarters updates.
First Class Trouble is a co-op social interaction game where six friends get together aboard a luxury cruise ship if you’re new to the game’s narrative. While the four try to shut down a corrupt AI in the heart of the ship, the other two will do everything to stop them, even if it means cheating and lying.