Chinese publisher Winking Entertainment launched its most recent title, virtual reality (VR) horror Paper Dolls on PlayStation VR just in time for Halloween. Now, thanks to a collaboration with Perp Games, Paper Dolls will be coming to EU retail stores in December.
Paper Dolls is a scary puzzle-based adventure inspired by Chinese mythology. You play a father of a young daughter who has been taken to an old and abandoned house. She goes missing and it’s up to you to find her. In the process you must cling to life, surviving all costs to learn more about the Qing Dynasty and the omnipresent enemy lingering throughout the dilapidated mansion.
With a new movement system developed specifically for Paper Dolls, Winking Entertainment states that the single-player campaign features around 15 hours of gameplay.
Speaking about the partnership with Perp Games, Ran Wang , VP of Winking Entertainment says: “Perp Games is doing an excellent job in releasing VR games physically. We are very excited to continue the partnership with Perp Games and bring our new games to more players.”
On publishing Paper Dolls, Rob Edwards, MD of Perp Games had this to say: “Winking Entertainment really are leading the way in the PSVR market and it is great to be continuing our relationship with them. Paper Dolls is, in my opinion, one of the most spine-chilling titles on PSVR.”
Paper Dolls will see a physical release on 7th December at EU retail locations, with further territories to be announced. When that happens, VRFocus will let you know.