Rhythm of the Universe: Ionia Gets September Release Date – Gamescom 2021


Rhythm of the Universe: Ionia brings together the latest in VR technology with an epic story about saving the environment. Revealed during Gamescom, ROTU Entertainment announced that its award-winning VR game, Ionia, is coming to Oculus Quest, PlayStation VR, and SteamVR on September 23, 2021.

Ionia is set in a fantastical world overgrowing with nature. Unfortunately, it’s in danger, and in order to keep the environment safe, you’ll need to embark on a journey to save the mystical Harpa.


ROTU Entertainment specializes in music, and it plays a key part in Ionia. You’ll need to solve music theory-based puzzles and interact with virtual flowers scattered throughout the Ionian forest that emit musical sounds like drums and bells. You’ll also be able to traverse the massive virtual forest by climbing trees or ziplining across ravines.

Ionia won the Cannes XR Development Showcase award in 2020 for its immersive technology, and environmental message. ROTUE Entertainment announced that it will donate five percent of the proceeds to the non-profit Wildlife Warriors Worldwide, an organization founded in 2002 by Terri and the late Steve Irwin.

For more, check out IGN’s full Gamescom coverage including new announcements, trailers, and news.


Matt T.M. Kim is IGN’s News Editor. You can reach him @lawoftd.


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