Saibot Studios have been keen supporters of virtual reality (VR) with Doorways having offered Oculus Rift compatibility since the debut of it’s first chapter. Now airing it’s fourth and final instalment, Holy Mountains of Flesh, on Steam Early Access, the team have confirmed to VRFocus that they will see this commitment through to the end.
Doorways: Holy Mountains of Flesh follows Thomas Foster, main character of the series, who visits El Chacal, a small and remote village in the mountainous region of Salta, Argentina to go after an entire family of lunatics led by Juan Torres, better-known as ‘The Roaster’. Juan and his family are the focus of numerous rumours involving cannibalism, black magic, sects and all kinds of superstitions.
This new episode features gameplay mechanics in the vein of the first 3 episodes, specialising in first-person horror exploration and puzzles. At the time of writing, Saibot Studios could not confirm when the VR aspect of Doorways: Holy Mountains of Flesh would be implemented into the publicly available build, simply assuring that it would be in the ‘near future’.
Doorways: Holy Mountains of Flesh is being developed in Unity 5 and can be purchased via Steam Early Access now, priced at $9.99 USD. VRFocus will keep you updated with all the latest details on the Doorways series and other VR compatible titles from Saibot Studios.