Horror adventure videogame Nevermind has celebrated the last Thursday of May by releasing a brand new screenshot that may well ask more questions than it answers.
The virtual reality (VR) videogame, developed by independent studio Flying Mullosk uses biofeedback technology to alter and enhance the environment based upon your stress levels, something that will assist players learn how to control their stress levels. Nevermind‘s Creative Director Michael Annetta discussed with VRFocus back in April.
Their latest work-in-progress screenshot appears to show an apparently occupied body bag and a doorway through which a suspiciously fire-like light source can be seen as well as another large object which is out of focus. What the object is and what level of fear generates the items in question cannot be said.
Currently looking to be fully released later this year, potentially in October, on multiple platforms, including for Microsoft’s Xbox One. Nevermind is presently available in pre-release form on Steam though this does not at this time feature VR support which will be coming on full release. You can find out more about Nevermind through our preview.
VRFocus will continue to bring you information about Nevermind as the game approaches full release.