The Exorcist: Legion VR Episode 3 Gets Release Date, PSVR Launch Soon
by JAMIE FELTHAM • JANUARY 18TH, 2018
Just about recovered from the first two episodes of Wolf & Wood’s Exorcist VR series? Good, because the third installment is nearly here.
The Exorcist: Legion VR Chapter 3 – Skin Deep will be launching on both Steam and the Oculus Store on January 25th. In this episode, you’ll investigate a wave of infant mortality cases in which parents claim to hear the sound of an old woman soothing their struggling children. In this episode players will face Abyzou, an infertile devil often blamed for the death of children. Sounds like a picnic, doesn’t it? Just in case you wanted to get any sadder, the trailer for the next chapter is below.
Like previous episodes, Skin Deep will cost $4.99 and last around 20 minutes. Following this there are two more episodes to go, expected within the next few months. As for a PlayStation VR (PSVR) version, Wolf & Wood says it’s in the final rounds of VR consultation with Sony and will be launching the first two chapters soon.
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Everyone will agree horror games can truly shine in the world of virtual reality. More often than not, though, those games are mediocre at best. The Exorcist: Legion VR for the HTC Vive is a different game altogether. In fact, it shows how much this new technology can benefit horror games in general. We have high expectations for future offerings in this genre after playing The Exorcist: Legion VR for a while. The game is also available for Oculus Rift and PlayStation VR.
The Exorcist: Legion VR has Plenty of Potential
For most VR horror games, jump scares are the go-to solution. While that works out quite well for a few titles, most games are utter disappointments, in the end. Whenever a game loosely based on a popular movie franchise gets VR version, there is no real reason to be excited. However, this particular game is a more than welcome surprise for all the right reasons. It is downright scary and suspenseful at any given moment. This game has one of the most immersive atmospheres of any horror game in existence today.
Read the rest of the review here...https://thevrbase.com/the-exorcist-legion-vr-review-setting-the-bar-for-future-vr-horror-games/