Rise of Madness (2018) is a first-person psychological horror recreation that first got here to PC and SteamVR-compatible headsets through Early Entry again in summer time 2017. Now, Poland-based Pink Limb Studio has launched its horror recreation on PS4, which incorporates help for PSVR.
Set in America within the ’70s, you step into the footwear of famend psychologist Dr. Stephen Dowell; he’s coping with a mysterious affected person exhibiting “contradictory signs” of some severe psychological problems. You’re tasked with uncovering the reality of what occurred to your spouse and baby, and determining how the brand new affected person is concerned.
The studio says they took inspiration from motion pictures akin to The Shining, The Exorcist and Silent Hill.
Just like the PC VR model, the sport doesn’t help tracked movement controllers, supporting solely the DualShock four gamepad. Your complete recreation is playable in VR, nonetheless Pink Limb says within the retailer description that Rise of Madness is “reasonably intense in VR and should make some gamers uncomfortable.”
Though it’s not solely clear why that’s the case, the studio notes on the sport’s Steam FAQ that the PC VR model makes use of free locomotion (not teleportation), which may trigger discomfort in some customers.
Rise of Madness is out there beginning at present on the PlayStation Retailer for $13/€15/£12.