Transference launches this fall

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Today, at their 2018 E3 presentation, Ubisoft gave us the next look at their VR horror experience. This year, there's an even creepier trailer along with a promise that the game is coming very soon.

"Transference" will be available on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. "Get projected into the digital consciousness of troubled case subjects and maybe you will influence their fate".

Check out the new trailer below! For the full, suspenseful VR experience the title was built for, play it on PlayStation VR, Oculus Rift or HTC Vive. Check out below for more information!

Starring Macon Blair (Blue Ruin, Green Room), Lindsay Burdge (A Teacher, Thirst Street), and Tyler Crumley, Transference™ will be released on both VR and traditional gaming platforms in fall 2018.

Transference will find players exploring the life of a "brilliant yet troubled" scientist named Raymond Hayes, who's put together a weird, corrupted simulaton of his family from the brain data of his wife Katherine, son Benjamin, and even Raymond himself. Transference™ is a collaboration between SpectreVision and Ubisoft Montreal and aims to bridge the gap between movies and games. Gamers entering this world will shift from the point of view of Raymond, his wife, and their son.

It's upon you to uncover the secret of the family and make their lives better by exploring maze-like puzzles.

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