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Transference

A psychological thriller adventure game developed by Funhouse (a division of Ubisoft Montreal) in cooperation with SpectreVision.

Adventure | FPP | thriller | experimental/art | full motion video | Oculus Rift | PlayStation VR | HTC Vive | virtual reality

Transference cover

developer: Spectrevision

publisher: Ubisoft

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Game mode: single player

game release date:

18Sep2018

PC PS4 XONE

Transference for PC, XONE and PS4 is a psychological thriller adventure game developed by Funhouse, a division of Ubisoft Montreal. The game was developed in cooperation with SpectreVision, a company founded by actor Elijah Wood and movie directors Daniel Noah and Josh C. Walker. The game debuted on many platforms and PC and PlayStation 4 versions are supporting the virtual reality goggles and dedicated motion controllers. However, these accessories arenít mandatory to play the game.

Plot

In Transference for PC, XONE and PS4 the player is tasked with solving a mystery of a family, members of which have various obsessions. During the game the player will attempt to help this familyís members by examining their memories transformed into a digital form.

The story of the game is non-linear and how it will end (and how will the members of the family end) depends on decisions made by the player.

Mechanics

The action in Transference released on PC, XONE and PS4 takes place in the house of the above-mentioned family. The player wanders through its rooms and encounters various characters. By traveling through the parts of their minds recreated in virtual reality, the player uncovers their secrets and weaknesses and he obtains pieces of evidence. He can choose how he will use obtained knowledge.

Technical aspects

As mentioned before, Transference takes advantage of the virtual reality goggles and dedicated motion controllers. In case of PC version it supports Oculus Rift (and Oculus Touch controllers) and HTC Vive; the PlayStation 4 version supports PlayStation VR goggles and PlayStation Move controllers.

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