Tayutau’s Last Labyrinth To Release In Spring 2019

The upcoming virtual reality (VR) title from Japanese developer Tayutau entitled Last Labyrinth will be returning to the Tokyo Game Show this year, Amata K.K. have announced. The title was first debuted back at the Tokyo Game Show in 2016 and so it is only fitting that it makes a return. On top of this, it has also been revealed that the title will be releasing on multiple platforms in 2019 as well following a long development.

Last Labyrinth screenshot

For those unaware, Last Labyrinth is an escape-the-room adventure videogame which has been designed specifically for VR. Players will need to work to escape a mansion full of hidden dangers alongside a mysterious young girl who appears before them during there adventure. Given that the title will start with players awaken in the mansion only to find themselves strapped to a wheelchair, it will surely be a thrilling adventure.

The excerpt translated from the official website for the videogame details the story as follows: “When you come to, you awaken in an unknown house. You try to stand up from the chair you’re seated in, but are unable to move. When you look down at your body you find that you’re tied up with restraining devices. Even your wrists are tied down, and you can’t move them. You’re sitting in what appears to be a wheelchair. In the corner of your eye, you sense someone’s presence: a mysterious girl appears before you, staring at you with cold eyes.”

Last Labyrinth screenshot

Last Labyrinth was met with an overwhelming positive response back in 2016 when it first made its debut and now the full title will be available to everyone in Spring 2019. Last Labyrinth is aiming for a digital release on PlayStation Store, Steam and the Oculus Store with support for PlayStation VR, HTC Vive and Oculus Rift along with Windows Mixed Reality on release. The newest demo will be available for players to express at the Tokyo Game Show 2018 at booth 10-W09.

The development of Last Labyrinth is being spearheaded by Hiromichi Takahashi, director and producer of the acclaimed Doko Demo Issyo (PlayStation 1999) series and co-creator of Toro (the Sony Cat).

VRFocus will be sure to bring you all the latest on the title in the future so make sure to stay tuned for more.