E3 2018: Transference Gets a Very Creepy Official Trailer

Along with the expected Assassin's Creed and For Honor announcements, Ubisoft surprised us at E3 by showcasing a brand new and unique sounding VR horror game called Transference.

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Transference is a described as psychological thriller that promises to bridge the gap between movies and games as you explore a man's digitally recreated memories. Nothing is as it seems as the game shifts back and forth from the perspectives of each family member, forming an unstable and unreliable narrative that you'll have to solve puzzles to piece together properly. And it won't just be a VR game, as it was originally announced: Wood and game director Benoit Richer said during the show that it's also coming to traditional platforms. For those without VR, the game will be fully playable on PS4, Xbox One, and PC when it launches this fall. Ubisoft's Transference is an upcoming title that puts emphasis on story, being produced in collaboration with SpectreVision, a company co-founded by actor Elijah Wood. You will be plunged into the experiment of a troubled scientist, a corrupted digital simulation of his family formed using their collective brain data. Instead, Transference takes players on a dark and unsettling journey through a corrupted digital simulation, built from the consciousness of a family.

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