At last year's E3 conference, Ubisoft took a moment to reveal a small yet perfectly creepy game called Transference developed in collaboration with Elijah Wood's studio SpectreVision. And it won't just be a VR game, as it was originally announced: Wood and game director Benoit Richer said during the show that it's also coming to traditional platforms.
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. In Transference, you will be immersed in an unsettling psychological thriller with all of the tension of a suspense film, combining live-action footage with environmental storytelling to unlock haunting emotions that lingers long after you put the controller down.
Transference is due to release in Fall 2018, for Xbox One. Unfortunately, this gathered data has congealed into a dark and twisted consciousness of its own, forming its own digital world which starts to alter the perceptions of Raymond, his wife Katherine and their son Benjamin. The object will be to recover and restore family memories and solve the family puzzle. The game offers full interactivity in VR on PlayStation®VR, Oculus Rift and HTC Vive.
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