Previously, Tequila Works shared some concept works for some of the characteres of their VR story-driven, murder mystery title “The Invisible Hours“. We get to take a peek at some of the concept arts and reference pictures that the developer uses for ‘Sarah Bernhardt’, ‘Flora White’ and ‘Thomas Edison’. The coverage has continued in recent day, take a look at some of the additional murder suspects of Nikola Tesla: the dangerous ex-convict Victor Mundy, the blind Bulter/former Zanzibar slave Oliver Swan and son/heir to the richest family in England Augustus Vanderberg.
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. Players can purchase this title on Steam and PS Store for multiple headsets.
VICTOR MUNDY Ex-Convict & Murderer
'People lie because they're afraid. I ain't afraid of nothin'
He killed his wife and was convicted thanks of his daughter. In the years he was in jail he became obsessed with taking revenge. Killing is easy for him.But why would he murder Tesla? pic.twitter.com/h1fEXchgIV
— The Invisible Hours (@HoursInvisible) March 7, 2018
OLIVER SWAN The Blind Butler
“Everything in this house is a matter of discretion.”
Once a slave in Zanzibar, Swan escaped to the United States. He was born blind, making him the strange but ideal candidate to become Tesla's new assistant. Did Swan learn something about Tesla? pic.twitter.com/DoCOk84X98
— The Invisible Hours (@HoursInvisible) March 5, 2018
AUGUSTUS VANDERBERG Wealthy Layabout
“Never has a man been worth so much, and achieved so little”
Son and heir to the richest family in England. He has never had to work a day in his life. Perhaps Augustus' interest in Tesla is part of an effort to finally impress his father? pic.twitter.com/B7n9N9yZBg
— The Invisible Hours (@HoursInvisible) March 1, 2018