Last month Tessera Studios and Daedalic Entertainment announced virtual reality (VR) thriller Intruders: Hide and Seek for PlayStation VR. Today, the teams have revealed gameplay footage for the first time, ahead of the title’s launch next week.
Intruders: Hide and Seek revolves around Ben, a 13-year old who is about to experience the longest night of his life as he must not only save himself but his family as well. Starting out as a normal idyllic sunny day, Ben and his family head to their countryside holiday home, tucked away in a forest. But as night falls three strangers appear and take Ben’s parents hostage, while his younger sister manages to hide.
You will have to find a way to save your family while figuring out who the three assailants are and what they want.
While the first video was a cinematic teaser for Intruders: Hide and Seek, this second trailer showcases the gameplay in a lot more detail, with you having to use the shadows to move around the large house, as the intruders continue their search. This isn’t just about stealth and keeping quiet, you’ll need to use the environment to hide when necessary. You’ll also need to be on the lookout for any useful times either laying around or in cupboards or draws.
Daedalic Entertainment and Tessera Studios have said there will be around four hours of tense gameplay for PlayStation VR owners to enjoy, as long as you don’t mind sneaking around a creepy house completely defenceless. Intruders: Hide and Seek has already won several awards like the Playstation Talent Award, SXSW Best Gaming Pitch Award and the F&S Premio Titanium award.
Intruders: Hide and Seek will be arriving for PlayStation VR next Wednesday, 13th February 2019. A price on PlayStation Store has yet to be revealed. Tessera Studios has also confirmed that the videogame will be released on Steam with VR support at a later date, no headsets were mentioned in the press release. Check out the new gameplay trailer for the title below, and for any further updates ahead of launch, as always, keep reading VRFocus.