Tiny Bull Studios and Surprise Attack Games have cooked up something really unique. It’s a horror game for VR headsets called Blind, and it seems like it’s going to seriously break some ground.
Blind is already a spooky concept on a flat screen. A woman wakes up in a strange room with no memory of how or why she got there, and more importantly, she’s blind. Now she must navigate this unfamiliar house using her newfound power of echolocation. She’s not alone, either. A being called the Warden guides her through the puzzles that stand between her and the truth.
Now imagine this scenario — you’ve taken the role of this blind woman, and all you can see is blackness. This is because you’ve got a VR headset on and you’re going to have to navigate this house without the solace of briefly looking away from your monitor.
You wanna see how spooky this actually is? The announcement trailer is extraordinarily creepy.
Coming later in Spring 2018 (Tiny Bull Studios is keeping it under wraps at this point), Blind will be available for Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, and OSVR. What’s cool is that Blind was developed specifically for VR platforms, which means this game is gonna be spooky as hell.
In case you don’t happen to own a powerful enough computer, Blind will also be released for PSVR later this year.