E3 2018: New Info on Previously Announced Game, Transference

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Ubisoft has released some new info about their previously announced game, Transference. It’s developed by FunHouse, a division of Ubisoft Montreal and SpectreVision, a film production company which Elijah Wood co-founded. This title is a first person exploration game with clues to find and puzzles to solve, in simulations of the Hayes family home.

Transference will have a full VR option on PSVR, Oculus Rift and HTC Vive. But if you don’t have VR, you can still fully enjoy the game on PS4, Xbox One or PC when it launches this upcoming fall. Check out the trailer below.

Game Synopsis:

When brilliant-but-troubled scientist Raymond Hayes experiments with brain data collected from himself and his family, their combined consciousness begins to form a dark and twisted digital simulation. In Transference, players will be enveloped in this mind-bending digital world and shift between the perspectives of Raymond, his wife Katherine, and their son Benjamin to recover the fragmented family memories and attempt to piece together their mystery. Transference combines live-action footage with environmental storytelling to unlock haunting emotions that lingers long after you put the controller down.



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