UK indie developer Lilith Ltd, which is currently working on virtual reality (VR) horror title Allison Road with support of the Oculus Rift head-mounted display (HMD) is going to be launching a Kickstarter crowd funding campaign, after its successful Steam Greenlight campaign took just 48 hours.
The studio hasn’t announced a date for the Kickstarter launch or any real details but it has already revealed in a recent tweet that a PlayStation 4 port is “quite possible” if the campaigns stretch goals are met. With Allison Road already a VR title for Oculus Rift a PlayStation 4 port could also suggest support for Sony Computer Entertainments (SCE) Project Morpheus HMD, depending on the campaigns success.
Allison Road is a first-person videogame being developed in Epic Games’ Unreal Engine 4. Players are cast as an unnamed protagonist that wakes up in a mysterious house with no memory. This character then tries to find out more about themselves in an attempt to locate their family and face the dark entities roaming the house such as one named Lily.
Originally Allison Road was created and developed by Chris Kesler, but he has grown the team to include 6 developers, and the formation of Lilith Ltd.
VRFocus will continue to follow the progress of Lilith Ltd on Allison Road and will report on the forthcoming Kickstarter campaign.