Bloober Group’s haunted home horror Layers of Worry heading to PSVR later this month • Eurogamer.internet


PlayStation VR house owners with a lust for unease and a style for the disorientating will quickly be capable to traipse the halls of Bloober Group’s psychedelic haunted home horror Layers of Worry VR, which opens its door on 29th April.

Initially launched for PC on the tail-end of 2019, Layers of Worry VR does just about precisely what it says on the label, delivering a extra intensely immersive model of Bloober Group’s delirious 2016 horror particularly designed for digital actuality headsets.

Layers of Worry, if you happen to’re unfamiliar, tells the story of a tortured painter as he makes an attempt to finish his masterpiece – a course of that attracts gamers into an more and more hallucinatory nightmare, with the sport’s fantastically realised gothic mansion setting warping and reconfiguring itself into ever-more-impossible preparations, and delivering some deliciously disorientating, continuously unforgettable set-pieces within the course of.

Layers of Worry VR – Launch Trailer.

It is not with out its flaws – Layers of Worry is actually hokey, and a bit too reliant on hoary outdated style cliches and leap scares – however I (admittedly talking as somebody who’s an absolute sucker for shifting, unimaginable areas in my horror) completely adore it is splendidly orchestrated slice of richly realised, and surprisingly affecting, gothic melodrama.

Layers of Worry’s new PSVR launch (developed by Incuvo together with Bloober), is principally the entire above however extra so, given that you would be able to principally put your face in it. And if that sounds just like the form of expertise you would possibly get pleasure from, it will value $19.99 USD (round £15) in the case of the PlayStation Retailer on 29th April.

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