"Mind-bending" Psychological Thriller 'Transference' Coming This Autumn

This game is being developed by Ubisoft Montreal and SpectreVision. Will the gap between movies and VR games be thoroughly obliterated, or will your sanity be the first to go inside this horror exploration experience?

For Oculus and Vive players you can use the touch and Vive controllers, to manipulate your surroundings as you venture into this disturbing storyline.

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Transference will be available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC this fall. It's set to released this autumn both in VR and on non-VR platforms. This game is a psychological thriller where a man's corrupted mind is preventing his family from escaping.

For more on Transference, be sure to watch the reveal trailer above, and pay a visit to the Transference page on Ubisoft's website. Transference is a world built from the collective brain data of Raymond, his wife Katherine and their son Benjamin.

It's upon you to uncover the secret of the family and make their lives better by exploring maze-like puzzles. The story revolves around a family who they refer to as fractured. This is no RPG, you stumble into Raymond's experiment with your own experience and must interpret events for yourself. What do you think of Transference?

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