Halloween is fast approaching and the season of monsters wouldn’t be the same without the odd scary videogame or two. Confirmed for release this month is survival horror title Organ Quarter, due to arrive on 19th October for Oculus Rift and HTC Vive.
Set in an abandoned, nightmarish, surreal urban environment, Organ Quarter combines labyrinthine environments, resource management, puzzles and good old fashioned gunplay as players look to survive in an experience the studio describes as: “Resident Evil by way of David Cronenberg and David Lynch.”
Outer Brain Studios released a pre-alpha demo for HTC Vive way back in October 2016 – which is still available on Steam – prior to launching a Kickstarter crowd-funding campaign a few months later. That campaign was successful managing to meet it’s $6,500 USD funding goal.
The studio had planned to fully release the title last month, but due to being located in Florida and record breaking Hurricane Irma battering the state, development and the release had to be postponed.
To celebrate the upcoming launch of Organ Quarter Outer Brain Studios has released a brand new trailer, showcasing some of the story and gameplay elements, and what lies in wait for players.
October is usually a popular month for scary titles to be released, with this week also seeing A Chair in a Room: Greenwater creator Wolf & Wood Interactive announce the upcoming release of The Exorcist: Legion VR.
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