The horror genre has already seen a lot of virtual reality (VR) compatible entries despite the lack of a release of a true consumer head-mounted display (HMD) so far. This week sees the reveal of another such experience in Danger, a first-person horror title from indie developer Wytek. The videogame features full support for the Oculus Rift HMD on PC and has launched a Steam Greenlight campaign seeking approval for sale on Valve’s digital PC store come its full release in 2015.
Wytek has shared very little about Danger so far. Players will be cast as a novice detective that investigates a series of murders that have taken place in a mental hospital by the name of Ocean. As a brief trailer below shows, the title certainly has a sense of atmosphere as the protagonist’s heavy breathing can be heard as he explores the silent corridors of the hospital. It’s not clear exactly what the player is running from or, if they’ll have the chance to fight back should they be found.
Danger has apparently been in development for over a year at Wytek, which appears to be a Russian-based studio. The developer hasn’t shared a more precise release date outside of the wide 2015 window, nor mentioned if the experience could come to other platforms. VRFocus will continue to follow Danger‘s development closely, reporting back with any further updates on the title’s progress.