Ubisoft and SpectreVision Announce Transference, a Psych Thriller

Ubisoft and SpectreVision Announce Transference, a Psych Thriller

Oh, and SpectreVision has been founded by Elijah Wood. Just sayin'.

Michelle McLean by Michelle McLean on Jun 11, 2018 @ 10:39 PM (Staff Bios)
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It's not every day where celebrities become founders of video game studios. In this case, it's been made apparent that Elijah Wood, who has founded the studio Spectrevision, has teamed up with Ubisoft to bring his new title, Transference VR, to life. This title is a first person psychological thriller and one that is actually quite... interesting.



Here's the official description:

"Plunge into the experiment of a troubled scientist, a corrupted digital simulation of his family formed using their collective brain data.
Shift between the three perspectives of a family and unravel the mystery hiding in this mind-bending psychological thriller..."

"Transference is a psychological thriller and the first game collaboration between SpectreVision and Ubisoft. Bridging the gap between movies and games, we invite you to lose yourself in the destructive tale of a mans obsession as you explore his digitally recreated memories."


Honestly, it looks and sounds good, and I'm on bored for a VR psych thriller experience. This title will be available on PlayStation VR, Oculus Rift, and the HTC Vive, but it is fully playable on traditional platforms: PlayStation 4, PC, and Xbox One. Transference will launch Fall 2018.

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