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Intense Split-Screen Shoot’em Up ‘Dimension Drive’ Blasts Off on PlayStation®4

Launching on the PlayStation®Store in Asia on July 26th, 2018.

For Immediate Release

Hong Kong - July 24, 2018 –
Independent developer & publisher Eastasiasoft Limited, alongside newly established indie publisher LBC Games and developer 2Awesome Studio, today announced that the intense split-screen shoot’em up Dimension Drive will launch on the PlayStation®Store in Asia on July 26th, 2018 for US$12.99 / HK$102 / TW$398.

Dimension Drive takes the shoot’em up genre to the next level and challenges you to fight across two battlefields on one split screen. Instantly switch between them to dodge waves of bullets, reach secret areas, or surprise your enemies.

Dimension Drive has been localized for the Asian market and is playable in Traditional Chinese, Korean and Japanese as well as English and Spanish. The PS4™ release contains a number of updates and improvements over the original download version, including online leaderboards, a new ranking system, improved collision warning as well as updated graphics and optimized performance.

Eastasiasoft has previously released Dimension Drive as physical limited editions for PS4™ and Nintendo Switch and is excited to make Dimension Drive available to more players in Asia with this digital release.

Dimension Drive will be released digitally by LBC Games on PlayStation®4 and Xbox One in the rest of the world later this year.

Further information on Dimension Drive can be found here:

About Dimension Drive:

This intense space shoot’em up challenges you to fight across two battlefields on one split screen. Instantly switch between them to dodge waves of bullets, reach secret areas, or surprise your enemies. Play solo or turn it up to 11 with a local co-op partner.

Climb the global leaderboards in four different difficulty modes ranging from Normal for a balanced challenge to Insane for whoever can take the pain. Still too easy? Step into the 13 zones of the Mirror Dimension in New Game+.


  • Space shoot'em up action switching between two battlefields on one split screen
  • Play solo or in local co-op
  • 13 levels of story campaign and 13 more in New Game+ mode
  • Online leaderboards and four difficulty modes offer the ultimate challenge
  • Advanced gameplay strategies including Drift and Reverse Drive to test your skill
  • Find secret data cubes to unlock and power-up new weapons like the Flak Shotgun or the Pulse Cannon
  • Created by two ex-space engineers

About eastasiasoft

Eastasiasoft Limited is an independent, Hong Kong–based developer and publisher of interactive entertainment specializing in video games and related media. Founded in 2007, eastasiasoft has published a diverse variety of titles in digital and physical format. Eastasiasoft is a licensed PlayStation, Nintendo Switch and Xbox One publisher. Some of eastasiasoft’s recently licensed and published games are Rainbow Skies, Ghost Blade HD, Reverie, Rainbow Moon and the Söldner-X franchise.

About LBC-Games

A games publisher. By indies, for indies.
LBC Games is the newly established publishing arm of Lightbulb Crew. From development funding through marketing support, LBC Games’ team has at heart to support developers achieve their vision while making sure their creation reaches the right audience.
Are you an independent developer seeking a publisher? We would love to hear from you!
Learn more about us here: http://www.lbc-games.com
Contact us: publishing@lbc-games.com

About 2Awesome Studio

2Awesome Studio is a Dutch independent game development studio composed of David Jimenez and Alejandro Santiago. Adding awesomeness to reality by developing video games with new and addictive mechanics.

For media queries, contact eastasiasoft public relations at press@eastasiasoft.com or via Twitter at @eastasiasoft.

Dimension Drive
Press kit
Fact Sheet
PS4, Switch
26 June 2018
Shoot'em Up
English, Japanese, Korean, Trad. Chinese, Spanish
2Awesome Studios

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