Earlier this week VRFocus reported that upcoming virtual reality (VR) compatible horror title Spectre had been delayed slightly. By way of compensation, developer Proscenium will be offering a new demo for the title in the form of a release on Steam’s Early Access programme. The demo will contain a new level as well as gameplay mechanics and character models. Now new screenshots of the upcoming release have been revealed, which can be seen below.
A total of three screenshots can be seen, which include a look at a ‘revamped’ mansion with new corridors for players to explore. The developer has also noted that the demo includes improvements to lighting, textures and design to give the environment a visual overhaul. According to the team some of the new level’s areas will only be accessible after players have solved some puzzles within the mansion.
Spectre is a four player multiplayer title in which a team of three hunt down another player that controls a Spectre, a monster with access to a range of abilities that can trick their opponents. The title ran a successful Kickstarter campaign earlier in 2014 and plans to launch on PC with full support for the Oculus Rift VR head-mounted display (HMD). VRFocus will continue to follow Spectre‘s progress going forward, reporting back with any further updates.