VR horror game "Wraith: The Oblivion--Afterlife" announced the latest trailer
According to foreign media VRFocus, the Swedish game studio Fast Travel Games recently announced the latest trailer for its VR horror game "Wraith: The Oblivion–Afterlife". The trailer includes new content such as gameplay, screenshots, compatible headsets and release time.
It is reported that the work will be released in early 2021 and will be compatible with Oculus Quest/Rift/Rift S, HTC Vive, Valve Index and PSVR headsets. The Quest and Rift platforms will also support cross-buying.
The game background of "Wraith: The Oblivion–Afterlife" is set in the "horror building" Barclays Building. Players will play an undead ghost and go deep into the building to explore the cause of their own death. In the game, players can not only use supernatural forces to penetrate the wall Entering and grasping distant objects, you can use your keen senses to track the location of other ghosts and hear their whispers.
In this eerie building, there are undead ghosts and some evil spirits that have no good intentions. They have their own origins and are closely related to the mystery that the player wants to explore, but for some unknown reason, the player has to avoid it temporarily. Direct contact with these ghosts. To this end, players can use stealth skills or climb into lockers and use other environmental elements to hide themselves.
"Wraith: The Oblivion–Afterlife" is developed based on the horror game "The Dark World". This will be the first time a ghost protagonist has been created in the history of the "Dark World" theme game. When the ghost played by the player enters the shadow zone of the game, you will find that in this shadowy world where the sun is not exposed, the dead and the living are walking side by side without seeing each other.