Unsettling VR project Transference sounds like a Black Mirror game
With the help of Elijah Wood and Macon Blair.
In one of Ubisoft's more curious video game reveals at E3 2017, Elijah Wood presented a virtual reality project named Transference.
Wood's production company Spectrevision aims to bring all the unforgettable and unsettling emotions of a cinematic thriller to VR. While there aren't really any specific details on gameplay just yet, the team are going in with the very honourable mission of messing with player's minds.
Spectrevision's Kyle Mccullough wants people to question how safe the VR experience actually is, which is sounds like some real life Black Mirror material if you ask me.
Director and actor Macon Blair (Green Room, Blue Ruin) can also be spotted in the trailer assuring players that they are "completely safe". Elijah Wood and Blair worked on the fantastic I Don't Feel at Home in the World Anymore together so we're excited to see how the handle this VR project.
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