Home Cosmophobia Dreadhalls Creator Reveals New Procedurally-Generated VR Game Set Aboard A Dying Spaceship

Dreadhalls Creator Reveals New Procedurally-Generated VR Game Set Aboard A Dying Spaceship

Dreadhalls Creator Reveals New Procedurally-Generated VR Game Set Aboard A Dying Spaceship

Dead Space meets Event Horizon in this spooky-looking Virtual Reality roguelike.White Door Games,

the developer behind 2017’s well-received Virtual Reality survival horror Dreadhalls, today revealed a follow-up game set aboard a passing away spacecraf full of horrible alien animals. Comparable to Dreadhalls, the core Cosmophobia will certainly include procedurally-generated atmospheres, suggesting no 2 playthroughs will certainly ever before be the same; the placements of rooms, positioning of times and hazards, and locations of environmental risks are randomized each run. According to the designer, Cosmophobia is built around 3 primary activities: Exploring, Surviving, as well as Fighting.

Thanks to the randomized space layouts and also product locations, each playthrough uses a new opportunity to browse a previously undiscovered environment. Along the road, you’ll require to scavenge various products in order to survive. Utilizing your movement controllers to open doors and drawers, you’ll require to collect fundamental sources, tools to help in handling dangers, as well as materials to craft weapons.

Unlike Dreadhalls, Cosmophobia arms you with more than simply an oil lamp. With the proper resources, you can at some point whip with each other an advanced weapon ala Dead Space. According to White Door Games, you’ll likewise be able to set traps for unsuspecting opponents. Your most reliable ways of survival, nonetheless, will certainly be to conserve your ammunition as well as just stay clear of battle entirely by tossing random objects to distract hostiles.

Based on the trailer given, it’s clear the acclaimed indie dev is taking heavy inspiration from some of the survival horror category’s most renowned games and films, a lot of noticeably EA’s Dead Space and also Paramount Pictures’ Event Horizon.

No word yet on an official launch day, though based on the refined gameplay included in the trailer, we can most likely anticipate a mid-to-late 2020 launch. Cosmophobia will be readily available on both SteamVR and also Oculus.Image Credit:

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