Fans of NextVR’s paranormal investigation series will be happy to hear that following enthusiastic fan feedback that the virtual reality (VR) series is getting a third installment. This new episode is titled “Paranormal Evidence: Missouri State Penitentiary” and as the title points towards, this episode will take viewers inside the Missouri State Penitentiary to look investigate for any paranormal activity.
Once known as “the bloodiest 47 acres in America” for its deadly riots and grisly murders, the Missouri State Penitentiary will make fur a thrilling investigation. Lead investigator Jack Kassewitz, who has years of investigative journalism and linguistics experience, lead his team into the abandoned prison to find answers to the paranormal activity that is known to take place their.
Kassewitz gave his team of investigators a range of details, including historical artifacts, based on months of research, to try and trigger paranormal activity in specific areas of the prison in hope of catching it all on film. The result far surpassed its reputation for unexplained phenomena as the team were victim to bizarre voices, multiple touches, and a physical attack.
“Paranormal Evidences continues to be a fan favorite in the VR community,” said David Cole, NextVR co-founder and CEO. “We excited to enable Daydream users to be the first to explore the shadowy and sinister halls of Missouri State Penitentiary.”
“When Jack came back from Unit 1 with wounds that looked like bite marks on his arm, we nearly pulled the plug on the shoot,” said Michael Watchulonis, executive producer. “The team insisted on continuing, and experienced new phenomena that we can’t wait to show our audience.”
This new 30 minute long episode is being released exclusively for Google’s Daydream platform through the NextVR app. This means users with a Lenovo Mirage Solo with Daydream or Daydream View, along with a compatible smartphone will be able to experience the immersive episode from the Google Play Store today. 30 days after this release the episode will become available on all platforms allowing all NextVR users to enjoy the paranormal evidence.
NextVR is available now for download on compatible headsets including Samsung Gear VR, Google Daydream, Windows Mixed Reality and PlayStation VR. For more on NextVR in the future, keep reading VRFocus.