We recently spoke to White Paper Games about their upcoming game, Ether One, releasing on March 25th. We’ll be sharing a bunch of new details on the game in the coming days, so be sure to check back soon for the interview.

If you haven’t heard of Ether One yet, you can check out the teaser trailer below and follow the link to get an idea of what Ether One is all about.

As with many of the upcoming indie games we’ve covered, it probably isn’t a surprise that White Paper Games is looking to bring Ether One to the PS4. In a statement provided to OnlySP on the subject of bringing Ether One to the PS4, Pete Bottomley told us, “We’d be really excited to get Ether One onto the Playstation for two reasons. Firstly, we’re all big Playstation players and when we’ve been sitting on PC’s for 15hrs a day, we generally like to go home and pick up a PS3 controller instead of sit at a PC. We also love their exclusives and PS+ services!

Secondly, Sony reached out to us and have been so great and friendly towards our studio. They drop in from time to time just to say hey and ask how development is going so it’s a nice relationship! They’ve been so helpful in our development so we definitely feel like we would want to work with them however no plans are currently set in stone. We want to focus on getting Ether One out on PC & Mac before we think about consoles. If we were to do Playstation version of Ether One, we’d want to make the most of the features and power of the PS4 and instead of a direct port, we’d love to explore what we can do with the tech available to us.

We continued to ask about whether or not there would be an Xbox One version of the game, Bottomley explained, “We haven’t tried out the ID Xbox. To be honest, we haven’t really spoken to Microsoft at all and no one has ever reached out to us from there so we don’t currently have any plans for Xbox.”

Be sure to check back in a few days time for an exclusive interview with White Paper Games providing all new details on Ether One.

Nick Calandra
OnlySP founder and former site owner.

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  1. Still don’t know anything about the a game after watching that trailer.

    1. That’s why it’s called a teaser trailer ;) There will be another trailer soon that will show off more of the game and we’ll be posting an interview with all new details on the game either this week or next week.

      1. great then!

  2. To be completely honest, the game looks like a Source Engine mod. That doesn’t discredit its potential at all, there are just better options out there for more current graphic capabilities and artistic freedom. Source is… very 2002 in terms of shading, models and 3D model movement.

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