Tequila Works‘ unique VR title “The Invisible Hours VR” has been released on Steam and PS Store for multiple headsets, but that doesn’t mean things can just stop there. If you are still on the fence, this is a great murder mystery VR adventure passive VR game/experience, surrounding the mysterious death of Nikola Tesla.
In this title, 7 different individuals has gathered at Nikola Tesla’s isolated mansion, but the story starts with Nikola Tesla already dead. Disgraced swedish detective Gustaf Gustav takes it upon himself to find the killer among the other guests. The VR user assume the role of an invisible viewer, who can travel around in the mansion. The story plays out in every part of the mansion, as the characters interact when they cross path with each other. The viewer will find themselves replaying and navigating to various parts of the mansion to view the story in order to get the full context.
The twitter account of this title has some concept arts for 3 of the characters (at the moment). Check them out below.
Sarah Bernhardt “If you don’t have secrets, you’re terribly dull.”
World-famous stage actress. Being mixed up in a murder investigation is quite a thrill to her-could she have killed Tesla just to make life a little less boring? Truth is a matter of perspective. pic.twitter.com/S3SU93bjJF
— The Invisible Hours (@HoursInvisible) February 15, 2018
Flora has never been more alone:her husband only recently died at war, and when Tesla suddenly removed himself from public life, he immediately fired her. As a result, she has fallen on hard times, and has returned to Tesla's island to beg for her job back. pic.twitter.com/zpSRq8aGgH
— The Invisible Hours (@HoursInvisible) February 23, 2018
THOMAS EDISON: Rival Inventor
Self-proclaimed genius he is already known as the “Wizard of Menlo Park” thanks to his latest creation: the Phonograph. But what his adoring public don’t know is that Edison stole the idea. Desperate to hide his crime, he travelled to the island…. pic.twitter.com/SW5IuOuBRk
— The Invisible Hours (@HoursInvisible) February 26, 2018