With just under two weeks to go until its closure on 1st September 2014, indie developer Desktop Daydreams Studios is pushing hard on its Kickstarter crowd-funding campaign for virtual reality (VR) compatible horror title, The Corridor: On Behalf of the Dead. While the team has recently shared its first development update video, it has also offered a look at some disturbing new concept art. Said art can be seen below.
The image depicts a figure resembling a demon, with what appear to be wings growing out of its back, horns on its head and a tail. That said, the figure looks decidedly human in terms of skin colour and shape. The developer didn’t offer an explanation as to just who this figure is and what role he would be playing in The Corridor: On Behalf of the Dead, though it’s likely safe to assume he isn’t friendly.
The Corridor: On Behalf of the Dead casts players as Ri Anderson, a custodian that enters the minds of suspected murderers to gather evidence of crimes based on their memories. Players will explore atmospheric envirnments uncovering clues and trying to avoid direct confrontations with enemies. The title hopes to launch on PC, Mac and Linux in January 2016 with full support for the Oculus Rift VR head-mounted display (HMD). A PlayStation 4 version with Project Morpheus support has also been teased.
At the time of writing the Kickstarter campaign for The Corridor: On Behalf of the Dead has raised just £1,266 GBP of its £37,500 goal. Can the developer gain to necessary funding in time? VRFocus will continue to follow the title’s progress, reporting back with any further updates on its development.