Another one of Avicii's previously unfinished projects is coming to fruition. Avicii Invector is a new rhythm game that will allow fans to experience the superstar producer's music and his vision from a new and unique angle.
According to Invector's trailer, the late producer first met with Hello There Games in 2015 to discuss the idea for a game that allows players to visualize and interact with his music unlike ever before. An initial version of Invector was available on PS4, but the game is preparing for a major relaunch and will eventually arrive on all platforms in the near future.
Invector takes players through serene visual landscapes as they travel on a space ship to the tune of of Avicii's biggest hits. A portion of Invector's earnings will be donated to The Tim Bergling Foundation. The foundation's primary goal is to support research concerning the causes of suicide and how to prevent it.
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Avicii Invector is expected to be released in Winter 2019. The game is currently available for pre-order on Steam.