‘Wraith: The Oblivion – Afterlife’ Review – Frights, Intrigue & Cowering in Closets – Road to VR
'Wraith: The Oblivion - Afterlife' Creeps onto PSVR in Time for Halloween – Street to VR 7

Wraith: The Oblivion – Afterlife, the single-player horror-adventure set within the storied ‘World of Darkness’ universe, is lastly set to launch on PSVR October 27th, delivering frights, intrigue, and loads of alternative for Alien: Isolation-style hide-and-seek.

Gamers on Oculus Quest and Rift have been capable of play the ghoulish journey because it launched again in April 2021, later coming to the complete swath of SteamVR headsets in Might.

Now its PSVR’s flip to serve up the hair-raising recreation of cat and mouse, which duties you with unraveling the thriller of why you’ve been became a ghost, and what you must do to lastly exit the purgatory of the sport’s haunted Hollywood mansion.

We gave Quick Journey Video games’ Wraith: The Oblivion – Afterlife a strong [7.5/10] in our launch day assessment for serving up a reasonably substantial slice of worry and intrigue.

The sport’s narrative is a bit pulpy, and a few bits of noticeably decrease polish detracted a bit from immersion, however ultimately the horror-adventure essentially delivered on its promise to get your coronary heart racing—simply in time for Halloween. Try the sport’s PSVR launch trailer beneath:

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