PlayStation 4 owners are already able, digitally, to join their PC compatriots in experiencing horror title Don’t Knock Twice. Soon they’ll be able to do so, with or without a PlayStation VR head-mounted display (HMD), via retail purchase.
The videogame developed Wales Interactive is a tie-in to the movie of the same name which is based, albeit loosely, on a Welsh urban legend about a demon that uses a human servant to capture children, being summoned when they knock twice on the witch’s door. Wales Interactive have teamed up with publishers Perp Games (VR Karts, Radial-G) to distribute copies of Don’t Knock Twice to retail from September 29th 2017. This will be in markets across Europe, the USA and also Australia.
“Working with such a talented bunch as Wales Interactive, is a great privilege for us. Don’t Knock Twice is one scary game and we think horror fans will love this experience, especially in VR.” Commented Perp Games Managing Director Rob Edwards in a press release.
VRFocus recently reviewed the PC version on HTC Vive, declaring that it “doesn’t pull any punches when it comes to building the blood curdling atmosphere straight from the off”. We also spoke to Wales Interactive at Gamescom where the developers went into the story behind the videogame. You can watch that here.
There’s also an opportunity at the moment for you to win a code for the game on PSVR, PC or Xbox One thanks to a competition being held elsewhere on the website.
VRFocus will bring you more news and updates relating to the PlayStation VR in the near future.,