White Door Games, the developer behind Dreadhalls (one of many authentic — and nonetheless scariest — VR horror video games), is again. Its new title is named Cosmophobia, and it seems equally as terrifying.
Like Dreadhalls, Cosmophobia is a first-person, rougelike horror sport. Unlike its predecessor, although, this new sport has a sci-fi, Alien-like vibe. Players discover the halls of what seems like a abandoned spaceship, clearly being stalked by one thing disagreeable. They’re on the hunt to collect assets and get their ship house however, nicely, that appears to be simpler mentioned than carried out. Take a take a look at the primary trailer under.
This seems like a creepy mixture of objective-based exploration and fight. Players appear to be armed with what seems like a futuristic crossbow amongst different devices. But what’s additionally nice about this trailer is what it doesn’t present. Specifically, we solely get a tiny glimpse of some type of monster in the direction of the very finish of the footage, and but the video stays extremely spooky all through.
This being a rougelike, the sport will swap up the atmosphere on new playthroughs. Ammo can be arduous to return by, although, so don’t go capturing it suddenly.
Cosmophobia is headed to PC VR headsets for an undisclosed date. The sport’s out there to wishlist on Steam now. When requested, the developer informed us that ports to the Oculus Quest and PSVR headsets weren’t unimaginable, but it surely’s sticking to Rift and SteamVR for now.
This story initially appeared on Uploadvr.com. Copyright 2020
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