Developer Bigmoon Entertainment will be showcasing sci-fi horror virtual reality (VR) title Syndrome at Gamescom along with announcing a new upcoming IP called Erased.
Horror shooter Syndrome has been released for HTC Vive, Oculus Rift and PlayStation VR. The title is set on a deserted spaceship upon which the player character find themselves after awakening from suspended animation. After discovering the crew either dead or mutated into hideous creatures, the player must learn the truth behind what has occurred, while trying to avoid death by the monsters scattered all across the desolate ship.
Newly-announced upcoming title Erased uses a similar style to Syndrome and will also be available on VR platforms. Erased follows the story of a military research team who head to a city in Russia that was destroyed by ‘The Tsar’ the largest thermonuclear bomb ever created. The team discover that the survivors have created a new civilisation living underground. After having no contact with the outside world for decades, the underground city has descended into a horror of mutated cannibals, power-mad dictators and brainwashed soldiers.
Bigmoon Entertainment are planning for Erased to be released on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC, with VR compatibility planned to be available for PlayStation VR, HTC Vive and Oculus Rift. The release is anticipated for Q1 of 2019.
The developers will be located at Hall 2.1, on Stand E30, with sessions available from 22nd-24th August, 2017.
VRFocus will bring you further information on Erased and Bigmoon Entertainment as it becomes available.