Transference, the "mind-bending psycho-thriller" announced at the start of 2016 by Ubisoft and Elijah Wood's SpectreVision, will be out this fall, Ubi announced during today's E3 press event. The trailer we see seems to show off very haunting scenes and a creature wandering a house.
Developed by FunHouse (a division of Ubisoft Montreal) along with Wood's Spectrevision, players will be able to enjoy this sure-to-be-terrifying game on PSVR, Oculus Rift, and HTC Vive.
The story of the title concerns the brilliant but troubled scientist and inventor Raymond Hayes, who has been experimenting with data he has collected from himself and his family. Players will be able to shift between three perspectives of a family.
Experience the limits of techno-psychology and escape a maze-like puzzle concealing a corrupted truth.
Transference is said to feature a branching narrative, with the ability to affect the lives of the family by slowly piecing together a mystery. This is no RPG, you stumble into Raymond's experiment with your own experience and must interpret events for yourself. And if you don't have a VR device, there will be console adaptations for PS4, XBox One, and PC.