Today saw the launch of a Kickstarter campaign for Spectre, a new multiplayer virtual reality (VR) experience from the team at indie developer Proscenium. VRFocus spoke to Sound Engineer and Designer, Louis Arrigoni, to learn more about the horror project, in which three players team up to take down a player-controlled supernatural being known as the Spectre. The title is hoping to raise at least $15,000 USD to help polish and publish it.
In the interview above, Arrigoni discusses just how Spectre came to be as well as detailing how the game is played and the benefits of adding a multiplayer mode to a horror title. The title can currently be ‘bought’ digitally by pledging $14 to the Kickstarter campaign. After the first 200 people have done this, that price goes up to $18. Players can also gain access to the multiplayer beta for $26. VRFocus will continue to follow the development of Spectre and its multiplayer beta and report back with the latest.