The upcoming virtual reality (VR) action adventure title from developer Daily Magic Productions is set a few weeks away but those looking forward to it will be happy to know that a number of new screenshots have been released. These showcase a variety of different locations, enemies and items that the player will encounter on their journey through the Tower. With impressive visuals, breathtaking environments and a dark fantasy world to explore, this title is definitely one to watch.
Players step into the shoes of Anna, who has been hunted by the mysterious Queen of The Witching Tower, the one responsible for the wave of undead that swept through the land six years ago. With her own powers and a connection to the world beyond she is set on a journey that will see her pitted against the Queen but Anna does not know the reason behind the Queen’s hate for her. By taking adventure of exploration and an enhanced combat system, players will adventure through the tower and unleash all sorts of powers in order to uncover the truth and put an end to the Queen.
“The game offers the player a variety of experiences: solving puzzles, shooting, fighting with enemies in melee combat, and grabbing and throwing objects.” Explains Daily Magic Production in a statement that accompanied a recent trailer. “Players will have an array of tools and powers to meet these challenges: from an enchanted lasso, to magic vision, and Anna’s developing control of the undead. The combat system is dynamic, smart, and has been developed with extensive player feedback.”
Players will also need to solve a number of puzzles along the way as each level of the tower has its own history and individual quirks which will feature unique challenges and mysterious to uncover. With a dark fantasy world full of so much to uncover and learn, the team at Daily Magic Production have made sure that players will never experience a dull moment and have a thrilling time within the tower.
The Witching Tower is set to release on Steam, the Oculus Store, and HTC Viveport on October 4th, 2018 with support for the HTC Vive, Oculus Rift and Windows Mixed Reality headsets. You can see the new screenshots below and for more on the title in the future, keep reading VRFocus.