The Darkish Footage: Switchback VR is an upcoming action-packed rollercoaster horror shooter, making its debut this spring solely on PSVR 2.
Switchback VR is a fast-paced horror shooter set inside the spine-chilling world of The Darkish Footage Anthology, a collection of interactive survival horror titles created by Supermassive Video games. The Ps Weblog announcement reveals Switchback VR shall be a “nightmarish” rollercoaster trip by hell, which incorporates ghost ships and vampire lairs amongst its sinister locations.
The trailer reveals gamers using by a darkish labyrinth of foreboding environments and dual-wielding a number of weapons to get rid of a bunch of horrifying creatures. Test it out under.
Your objective is to outlive the petrifying rollercoaster trip by dodging obstacles and blasting the apparitions, demons, vampires and different sadistic creatures encountered alongside the best way. There are additionally a number of pathways to select from, which ought to assist add variation to each run.
Switchback VR will use the PSVR2’s adaptive controller triggers to regulate the stress and provides every weapon a definite really feel. The sport can even make terrifying use of the headset’s eye-tracking function by introducing enemies that solely transfer whenever you blink (which is able to sound very acquainted to Physician Who followers).
This isn’t Supermassive Video games’ first disturbing rollercoaster title both – the 2016 PSVR unique Till Daybreak: Rush Of Blood provided the same horror-themed rollercoaster shooter expertise.
Pete Samuels, CEO of Supermassive Video games, commented on the upcoming launch in a ready assertion. “The Anthology permits us to discover many various horror subgenres with selection in monsters and areas, and it’s thrilling for the workforce to reimagine a lot of this in a single, unified, narrative. We keep in mind Rush of Blood, an authentic launch title for PSVR in 2016, very fondly. We can not await individuals to expertise this new action-packed horror rollercoaster on the unbelievable PS VR2.”