Los Angeles, CA – October 9, 2018 – Fun Train, publishers of episodic virtual reality games based on iconic cinematic franchises, announced today that The Exorcist: Legion VR finale is now available for PlayStation®VR. The culmination of the dark and foreboding saga arrives just in time for horror fans’ favorite holiday – Halloween – and features the final chapters, entitled “Samaritan” and “The Tomb,” which will draw players even more deeply into a twisted mystery where they must exorcise the most aggressive demonic entities to date.
“Fans have been anxiously anticipating the release of these final two episodes and we can’t wait for them to experience the culmination of the chilling story created by Wolf & Wood,” said Douglas Nabors, CEO of Fun Train. “Our hope too is that VR horror fans will start from the beginning and experience the entire adventure as one cohesive narrative, discovering nuances and interesting details they may have missed or forgotten. Trust me, it’s even scarier the second time around.”
Based on the chilling story created by horror maestro, William Peter Blatty, author of the Academy Award-winning Exorcist series, The Exorcist: Legion VR unfolds through five episodes, each approximately 30 minutes long and a completely unique experience. In the final chapters, players continue the saga as a Boston homicide detective tasked with investigating a series of ritualistic murders, including a priest at a local church. Following is a summary of the adventures that await in Chapters 4 – 5:
- Chapter 4 – Samaritan – A failed quarantine zone in Haiti has been racked by an unknown plague, and a slew of health worker deaths has led to the collapse of efforts to control the mounting victim toll. What (or who) lies at the heart of the epidemic is for you to uncover!
- Chapter 5 – The Tomb – In this grand finale, players are transported deep into the mountains of Upper Mesopotamia to face the demon Pazuzu where one last confrontation will put everything they have learned to the test. The episode features some unique VR mechanics as well as a powerful and exhilarating climax.
In addition to the introduction of the final episodes, the entire series now features Spanish & Japanese subtitle localization, enhancements to the calibration system, as well as new comfort options to give players the most immersive experience possible. The Exorcist: Legion VR is compatible with Move and Dualshock controllers, allowing players to choose their preference and offers a variety of locomotion settings including free roam.
The Exorcist: Legion VR complete series is available now from the PlayStation Store for a suggested retail price of $29.99 or €24.99 in Europe Players can purchase each individual chapter for $6.99, as well as a Season Pass for $24.99 (Chapters 2- 5; Chapter 1 required). The game has been rated “M” for Mature by the ESRB.
Please click on the links below to access the latest Exorcist: Legion VR gameplay trailers:
About Wolf & Wood:
Wolf & Wood is a UK-based development studio known for their atmospheric, standout hit, A Chair in a Room: Greenwater. Named “Best Horror Experience of 2016” by UploadVR and winner of the 2017 Viveport Community Choice Award, Wolf & Wood are currently creating The Exorcist: Legion VR. More information about Wolf & Wood can be found at www.wolfandwood.co.
About Fun Train:
Fun Train is a Los Angeles-based, independently-owned financier and publisher of episodic, premium virtual reality experiences based on established cinematic franchises. The company’s first title, The Exorcist: Legion VR, based on one of the scariest stories of all-time, launched on Oculus Rift and HTC Vive in 2017. More information about Fun Train can be found at www.funtrainvr.com.