Transference VR gets a new, cryptic trailer, run through the corrupted mind

Transference was a curiosity at Ubisoft's E3 2018 conference past year. In a new trailer (above), players get a pretty good look at just how creepy the game aims to be. The psychological thriller features a branching narrative that blends movie and video game sections to keep you on your toes and on the edge of your seat.

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Developed by FunHouse, a division of Ubisoft Montreal, and Wood's SpectreVision, Transference will be available in full VR on PSVR, Oculus Rift, and HTC Vive. The game will involve transferring consciousness into other bodies and came with the tagline "try to escape a corrupted mind". The first-person exploration game - which mixes in live action - was initially planned for this spring. If you prefer to play without VR, the game will still be fully playable on PS4, Xbox One, and PC when it launches this fall.

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First announced past year at E3 2017, Transference™ is a true collaboration between cinema and gaming. "This is no RPG, you stumble into Raymond's experiment with your own experience and must interpret events for yourself". Transference is a world built from the collective brain data of Raymond, his wife Katherine and their son Benjamin. The story revolves around a family who they refer to as fractured.

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