Last month indie developer Dark Day Interactive launched both Steam Greenlight and Kickstarter campaigns for its upcoming virtual reality (VR) compatible horror title, One Final Breath. The latter is set to end in four day’s time, with only $1,374 AUD of its $8,500 goal raised as the time of writing. However the developer has seen success on the Steam side of things as it has passed its Greenlight campaign and even revealed a new initiative to give the title away for free.
The successful campaign means that One Final Breath will officially be sold on Valve’s digital PC store come full release, which is expected in January 2015. Those interested in the title can even secure a free copy by simply recording a video of themselves playing or reviewing the recently released demo and posting it on Youtube. Players will have to point their content out to Dark Day Interactive so that the team can add them to a list of free recipients.
One Final Breath is a first-person survival horror experience in which players are tasked with finding their daughter that has run away to a condemned boarding school. Playing as the father of Carrie-Anne, players discover that the school, which Carrie-Anne used to attend, was once a twisted hospital in which horrific operations were carried out on patients. Carrie-Anne claims to have a friend named Ava at the school and runs away to find her. Players will solve puzzles and hide from monsters in their attempt to find her.
VRFocus will continue to follow One Final Breath‘s progress in the build up to launch, reporting back with any further updates on the title.