Paranormal Activity: The Lost Soul has been in development since 2015, finally getting a Steam Early Access Release for HTC Vive and Oculus Rift in March 2017. Fans have been awaiting news of the expected PlayStation VR release for some time, and developers VRWERX have said on Twitter that PlayStation VR owners should expect a Summer 2017 release.
The early announcement regarding Paranormal Activity: The Lost Soul indicated that a version would be coming to the PlayStation VR (then still referred to as Project Morpheus). Since them, the title has appeared in Early Access form on Steam for HTC vive and Oculus Rift, but there was no word on when the PlayStation VR release would be expected. A Twitter announcement by VRWERX, the developers behind the title, seems to suggest that the PlayStation VR version is still on its way.
The official Twitter for Paranormal Activity: The Lost Soul tweeted today “We, Including @playstation are working hard to get you the release date. We promise, Summer will not pass before you get to play.”
The tweet seems to suggest that there have been some difficulties in getting the title on the PlayStation VR. Some fans were not impressed with the vague nature of the announcement, with one Twitter user commenting: “You’ve been saying soon since January when you shouldn’t have said anything ‘til you had a firm date.”
Other Twitter users were enthusiastic to receive any news and were hopeful that the title would indeed be appearing soon on the PlayStation Store.
VRFocus will bring you further information on Paranormal Activity: The Lost Soul as it becomes available.