According to Deadline, Wood's genre label Spectrevision has been in production over the last few years on a new VR game titled Transference. The trailer we see seems to show off very haunting scenes and a creature wandering a house. Ubisoft's Transference is an upcoming title that puts emphasis on story, being produced in collaboration with SpectreVision, a company co-founded by actor Elijah Wood. The live-action storyline will shift between three different perspectivesm as you unravel the mystery at the heart of the family.
Players will experience the limits of techno-psychology and escape a maze-like puzzle concealing a corrupted truth. If you haven't gone in for the VR lifestyle yet, worry not - a non-VR version will also be available on Playstation 4, Xbox One, and PC. It's set to released this autumn both in VR and on non-VR platforms.
Steve Trevor is somehow back in first look at Wonder Woman 1984
The photo arrives after the debut early this month of a staticky image that reads "WW84," teasing the sequel's actual title. Pedro Pascal ( Game of Thrones ) is also cast in a "pivotal role".
The first person exploration game will focus on Raymond Hayes and his experiments with collecting brain data from subjects, which happen to be from himself and members of his family.
Project yourself into a narrative experience that combines Hollywood with gaming. The game offers full interactivity in VR on PlayStation®VR, Oculus Rift and HTC Vive.