The Persistence 12+

Art Book and Companion App

Firesprite Ltd.

Designed for iPad

    • 3.7 • 6 Ratings
    • Free



The digital art book shows some of the incredible artwork of The Persistence universe. From the earliest of concept artwork, through to full production, get a fascinating behind-the-scenes view of the development of this brand new sci-fi video game.
Then take the plunge and connect to The Persistence on PlayStation VR via your local network for some couch-coop thrills! You will see the procedurally generated decks of the ship and can guide the player to his goal. You are armed with powerful tools which make a huge difference to their gameplay, the question is, do you want to help, or hinder?
• Open doors, and lure mutants away from the VR player’s path
• Discover hidden power-ups and guide the player to them
• Tag mutants so the VR player can see them coming
• Turn on more lights to help them
• Place markers to guide them
• Spawn weapons and health packs
• Freeze enemies to give the VR player a chance to run away
• Disable sentry guns so they can sneak past

But these powers don’t have to be used for good!
• Open doors, and lure enemies toward the VR player
• Spawn in even more enemies!
• Incite enemies to attack!
• And if your friend is already a little nervous, you can even turn the lights out!

Note: You need to have your mobile device and PlayStation®4 connected to the same local network. Does not support internet play.

What’s New

Version 1.9

Bug Fixes

Ratings and Reviews

3.7 out of 5
6 Ratings

6 Ratings

durillon ,


Works fine and adds a lot of fun and competitiveness to the game

idontrunandgun ,

Still crap

It seems like it only works whenever it feels like it. It’s a shame too because the first ten minutes it does work is pretty fun. Oh well. Uninstalling again

ALCtyktu ,

Didn’t work, ever!

Pointless has never worked, not once.

App Privacy

The developer, Firesprite Ltd., has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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