If you haven't heard of Ape Law's weird as shit psychological horror game Albino Lullaby then you're in for a treat (of sorts), because this game is shaping up to be a proper devilish delight.
Lost in a pantomime haunted house with your wits failing around you, you have to survive and find a way out of the haunted mansion while being tracked by some creepy as heck, limbless, malevolent worm like thingies that haunt your every step.
Have a look for yourself:
After being released to some very positive buzz, the episodic puzzler will be slipping into VR headsets, so you can be even closer to the fear. Like literally so close it feels as if those giant worms are stroking your eyes.
Planned as an Oculus Rift launch title, Albino Lullaby should already be available to purchase and download on that particular platform. Alternatively, the game will be coming to HTC Vive on April 5th, and PSVR at some point in the coming future.
Here's what AL's creative director, Justin Pappas, had to say about the move to VR:
“From the moment Albino Lullaby played so well on the DK1, we knew we had to move forward with VR in mind at every turn. We wanted to create a fantastic world for an ordinary person to explore as themselves in the role of the main character, and VR delivers that experience in a way never before so fully realized.”
So, feel like being lulled into fear by 'Albino Lullaby' in VR?