Published: Wed, June 13, 2018
IT&Software | By Alfonso Woods

Elijah Wood's game label brings the VR fright with Transference trailer

At last year's E3 conference, Ubisoft took a moment to reveal a small yet perfectly creepy game called Transference developed in collaboration with Elijah Wood's studio SpectreVision. The trailer we see seems to show off very haunting scenes and a creature wandering a house.

Are you ready to be "plunged into the experiment of a troubled scientist", as the official description has it?

It also invites players to escape the limits of techno-psychology as the player's actions determine the fate of the family.

Transference is set to come out in Fall 2018 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PSVR, and other VR platforms.

The new game is a "psychological thriller first-person exploration VR" experience, and will place players in the "uploaded memory data of a traumatized mental patient".

Project yourself into a narrative experience that combines Hollywood with gaming. Transference is a world built from the collective brain data of Raymond, his wife Katherine and their son Benjamin. Recover a fragmented family as you shift back and forth between each individual's perspective and piece together the mystery of their lives. And if you don't have a VR device, there will be console adaptations for PS4, XBox One, and PC.

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