There is good news for scary friends, as the horror title The Exorcist: Legion VR gets an adaptation for the upcoming Oculus Quest. So all five chapters of the virtual exorcist series of Wolf & Wood for the new VR glasses appear.
The Exorcist: Legion VR – VR horror title released for Oculus Quest
The release of the self-sufficient VR glasses Oculus Quest is getting closer and closer and accordingly Oculus launches its own countdown with numerous announcements and news to celebrate the release. Especially fans of cultivated horror will get their money’s worth, because next to Face Your Fears 2, the adaptation of the VR exorcist series The Exorcist: Legion VR for the quest glasses has been announced.
Developer Studio Wolf & Wood and Fun Train allow immersion in five different stories within the horror cosmos in the five-part series. Among other things, the players are led into an ancient church, an abandoned quarantine station in Haiti and even to an abandoned underground cave in Upper Mesopotamia. The godforsaken places are home to dangerous demons, who are doing their mischief there. Thus, armed with cross and holy water, you face the dangerous creatures and rely on an exorcism to expel the hellish creatures.
Douglas Nabors, CEO of Fun Train, describes the implementation of the cult classic in VR:
“The most exciting thing about VR is the ability to eliminate the rectangular limitations of the computer screen or TV. The technology allows players to overcome the proscenium, go one step further and enter the world of games directly. The Exorcist: Legion VR can be scaled to the users’ latitude, regardless of size. In larger rooms, the virtual environment of The Exorcist can be physically explored without the help of a computer or cables, as if it were actually there … but only if you’re brave enough. “
A total of five different chapters have since been released for PC glasses and PlayStation VR (PSVR). These include:
Whether the version for Oculus Quest all chapters combined in one title or the stories are published individually, is not yet known.