Episodic VR horror title “The Exorcist: Legion VR“, based on the The Exorcist franchise, is set to get its 3rd chapter soon. To hype up the release of Chapter 3, a teaser video has been made available online by Legion VR, LLC (a Fun Train company).
The Exorcist: Legion VR is developed by Wolf & Wood Interactive Ltd and published by LegionVR, LLC. The first 2 chapters of Exorcist: Legion VR is currently available on HTC Vive and Oculus Rift, and according to the statement issued by the developer, this title will have 5 chapters in total. Chapter 4 “Samaritan” will be available in January 2018, followed by the final chapter “The Tomb” on February 2018.
This is a part investigation, part exorcism title, and of course, all horror. In this title, you will learn the trade of demonic exorcism and uncover secrets, which will lead you towards a final confrontation with your most hidden fears.
The VR title features support for tracked controllers, with “blink” and “free roam” locomotion options. Each episode is set to feature a different demonic entity, and according to the developer, each exorcism is based on a real case.
Along the way in this title, you will find and use several trademark exorcism tools, as well as hidden ‘artifacts’ that will add you on your quest.You will also receive cryptic messages from a mysterious stranger who seems to know your every move. After the completion of every chapter, you get to return to the safety of your office to assess your performance, before you embark on the next story. Each chapter runs approximately 20 to 25 minutes, but they contain additional secrets, achievements and a variety of easter eggs to encourage replay.
The publisher is currently offering the first 2 chapters in a form of a bundle on Steam right now with 10% off its price tag.
The Exorcist Legion will be exclusive to Steam and Oculus Store platform in the meantime, probably due to lack of manpower, but they have assured that it will be releasing on Viveport and PSVR at a later date.
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