Transference is described as a first-person exploration game and is now available in both VR and non-VR flavors. Depending on your platform of choice, you can now try to escape a strange scientific experiment in VR on the PSVR, Oculus Rift, or HTC Vive systems. For non-VR gamers, Transference will also work on a PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and on Windows PC.
Transference Launch Trailer
Elijah Wood first showed off Transference at the Ubisoft presser at E3 earlier this summer and certainly caused a stir with the unique premise. Not many details were available at the time, and Transference still seems to be a game best experienced, not read about.
“Whether playing in VR or non-VR, players will find themselves in an escape room like situation inside the experiment of a troubled scientist. They’ll shift between the three perspectives of family members and attempt to find out the disturbing truth,” said Transference producer Kévin Racapé. “Transference is a visceral, engaging experience, and we can’t wait for players to enjoy unraveling the mystery in this mind-bending psychological thriller.”
For gamers that are unsure if the experience is for them, or wondering if it’s perhaps too scary, there is a demo available. The free downloadable demo, The Walter Test Case, is available on PlayPlayStationand PlayStation 4 systems in both VR and non-VR and serves as a prequel to the full game.
Transference is rated M for Mature and is now available for $33.49 in both VR and non-VR on PlayStation VR, Oculus Rift, and HTC Vive, as well as on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Windows PC.