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The Exorcist: Legion VR

Wolf & Wood Completes Horror Series Launching The Exorcist: Legion VR Chapter 5

There’s a special bundle price for all the episodes on Steam.

What began at the end of 2017 with the double launch of the first two episodes has today met its conclusion. Developer Wolf & Wood and publisher Fun Train have today released the final chapter for their horror series The Exorcist: Legion VR. The fifth episode in now available for Oculus Rift and HTC Vive headsets.

The Exorcist: Legion VR

The Exorcist: Legion VR Chapter 5 – The Tomb is the final test for fans of the videogame: “You have been summoned to the final chapter… and there is no turning back,” states the description.” In this tense climax, your journey takes you deep into the mountains of Upper Mesopotamia where one last confrontation will put everything that you have learned to the test.”

As you should know by know Wolf & Wood has leveraged the unique features of virtual reality (VR) to create a videogame series which transports players into a chilling world created by horror maestro, William Peter Blatty, author of the Academy Award-winning Exorcist series.

Based after The Exorcist III, you play a detective who needs to solve grizzly crimes, only to find that each one has been perpetrated by a different demonic entity. This final chapter will likely provide fans biggest challenge yet, set in the bowels of a mountain against a creature that’s definitely expecting them.

The Exorcist: Legion VR

Just like each episode before it The Tomb will average around 30 minutes of gameplay, with additional reruns unlocking further secrets. This now means players have around 3 hours of hour content to play through, if they fancy doing the entire story in one whole chunk.

Available through Steam and Oculus Store, each chapter is £3.99 GBP. Currently on Steam there’s a 20 percent discount until 17th August, or you can buy the entire bundle for £18.19, saving nine percent. The studio hasn’t mentioned when the PlayStation VR version will be available, when that happens VRFocus will let you know.

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