The Assembly Announced for PS4 And PC

Wednesday, June 11th, 2014

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The Assembly | oprainfall

nDreams has announced a new title for both the PlayStation 4 and the PC called The Assembly. This game will support both Sony’s Project Morpheus and the Oculus Rift. Take a look at the trailer below:

No gameplay details were released in the announcement. Judging by the rather unsettling nature of the teaser, it’s a safe bet that The Assembly will be some kind first-person horror game. nDreams has also pointed out that the game is “designed from the ground up to be a perfect VR adventure experience.” Some of the most engrossing experiences the Oculus Rift has to offer are first-person horror games that have been modded for the Oculus Rift. The Assembly looks to continue this trend.

As for the developer, nDreams is more known for their work in PlayStation Home. They designed themed spaces within Sony’s virtual world. They’ve also created an alternate reality game called Xi that takes place in Home, as well as across the Internet. Aside from Home, most of their other projects involve Facebook games and apps. The Assembly will be nDreams’ first foray into making a full-on, traditional video game.

No release window has been announced at this time except that it will be available at the launch of both Project Morpheus and Oculus Rift. The company behind Oculus Rift is aiming for a 2015 commercial release.

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