Another Fisherman’s Tale announced for PlayStation VR2, Quest 2 and PC VR

Publisher Vertigo Games and developer InnerspaceVR have announced Another Fisherman’s Tale, a sequel to A Fisherman’s Tale, for PlayStation VR2, Quest 2 and PC (Steam, Oculus Store and VIVEPORT). It will be launched in early 2023.

Here is an overview of the game via Vertigo Games:


Another Fisherman’s Tale is the sequel to the critically acclaimed A Fisherman’s Tale. A stunning virtual reality puzzle adventure like no other, Another Fisherman’s Tale continues the story of Bob the Fisherman and crafts a magical and moving narrative about the meaning we create in life as we build and rebuild our authentic selves . Redesigned from the ground up to maximize the capabilities of modern virtual reality technology, Another Fisherman’s Tale introduces a set of brand new core mechanics: This time, the player’s own body is the primary puzzle to solve, creating unconventional gameplay emerges, which is based on dismantling and rebuilding their in-game form.

In this 5-6 hour next-gen virtual reality adventure, we’ll step into the footsteps of Nina, the daughter of the original game’s protagonist, as she discovers models, notes, and photos that document her father’s mysterious past, as well as her own childhood. Remembering Bob’s grandiose stories of pirates, sunken ships, treasure and mystical places, Nina begins to re-enact his adventures, diving headfirst into an imaginative world of memory and imagination. Will she be able to separate fact from fiction and uncover the hidden truth behind the fisherman’s story?

Completely reinventing the mechanics of its predecessor, Another Fisherman’s Tale imagines a world where YOU are the puzzle.

Key Features

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Detach – Separate limbs and hands from your body and physically control them remotely. Throw Bob’s hand across a ravine, then crawl to retrieve an object, or move your head to see things from a different perspective.Replace – Replace any of your limbs with a variety of objects to unlock new skills. Pirate hook hands allow you to climb walls, a crab claw can cut a rope in an emergency, and a fish tail improves your swimming skills. Control – Control your surroundings with your puppetry hands by picking up distant objects, items and tools and interacting with each level’s unique layout .


Regarding the challenge of continuing the success of A Fisherman’s Tale, Innerspace VR Creative Director Balthazar Auxietre stated that the goal is “to innovate the gameplay and storytelling [of the first game] In doing so, they retain key elements of a universe that has obviously reached the hearts of VR gamers.” He added that the studio’s recent experiences have allowed them “to reach a new level of ambition thanks to the multi-faceted gameplay and diversity of the models’ worlds for the A Fisherman’s Tale franchise. Everything is ready for a new adventure that will take us across the virtual oceans.”

Game Director Alexis Moroz also acknowledged the relationship between Another Fisherman’s Tale’s body manipulation gameplay and the Greek myth of Theseus’ Boat, which envisions a ship in which all parts are gradually swapped out. After a while, the boat no longer contains original parts, which raises the question: is it the same boat or a different one? “This thought is essential in a person’s life,” says Moroz. “All our body cells are renewed after 15 years, and we also develop our mind and soul with new experiences and new layers of knowledge that build on the previous ones. Does that mean we really become someone else?”

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Check out the announcement trailer below. Check out the first screenshots in the gallery.

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