If you didn’t get your virtual reality (VR) horror fix during October then there’s plenty more content coming over the festive period. Due to arrive this coming week from Indonesian indie videogame studio Digital Happiness is DreadEye VR for HTC Vive.
DreadEye VR is the third title in Digital Happiness’s Dreadout series, the original released in 2014, but it’s the first VR experience from the studio. The videogame allows you to become an Indonesian shaman, having to learn about crafting and combining different ingredients to perform ancient rituals. If successful these rituals open a gate to the spirit realm to commune with the dead.
When these ghosts are summoned that’s when the horror truly begins, as you now have to the stop torment from the evil spirits that will slowly devour your soul. With terrifying puzzles to solve in haunted rural Indonesia, discover the gruesome horrors lurking in the shadows as you learn more about Indonesian spirits from the DreadOut universe.
DreadEye VR will launch for HTC Vive on 28th November, retailing for $14.99 USD. If you like the look of it and wish to give DreadEye VR a try then there’s a free demo available on Steam. Digital Happiness also plan on supporting Oculus Rift at a later date.
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