Today during Ubisoft's E3 conference, the upcoming VR psychological thriller revealed Transference gameplay. The trailer we see seems to show off very haunting scenes and a creature wandering a house. As proudly presented from the stage by the company's cofounder Elijah Wood (maybe you've heard the name), what unfolds of Transference begins a bit like Strange Days, with the "uncanny valley" cannily used as the side effect of entering someone else's point of view through computer hardware.
Players will experience the limits of techno-psychology and escape a maze-like puzzle concealing a corrupted truth. The game is set to come out for PlayStation VR, VR platforms like Vive, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.
The first person exploration game will focus on Raymond Hayes and his experiments with collecting brain data from subjects, which happen to be from himself and members of his family. The game will not only feature computer graphics but will also weave in live-action footage, which meant to stick with the player, well after they put down the controller. Recover a fragmented family as you shift back and forth between each individual's perspective and piece together the mystery of their lives. For unparalleled immersion, VR is tuned to plunge you into a world of emotional intensity. And if you don't have a VR device, there will be console adaptations for PS4, XBox One, and PC.
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