Just in time for Halloween.
Chinese publisher Oasis Games is a familiar face to PlayStation VR owners, having already released 'Ace Banana' and 'Pixel Gear' for Sony's headset, and now they're back with a third offering. While their previous two releases were light-hearted shooters, their third PlayStation VR game is looking to scare gamers. Called 'Weeping Doll,' the Unreal Engine 4 horror game is described as a "story-driven psychological mystery where dolls come alive."
"Weeping Doll arrives just in time for Halloween to bring a spooky psychological adventure to PlayStation VR gamers looking for a touch of the macabre," said Oasis Games' business director Alen Wu. "Step into a mansion filled with hidden tragedies and discover a story that unfolds as you solve its ghostly secrets.".
Check out the launch trailer below to find out what the first-person horror game has in store for players.
'Weeping Doll' is available now for PlayStation VR for $9.99.