If you haven’t bought into Woof & Wood’s The Exorcist: Legion VR series yet, a great chance is coming.
Steam just listed The Exorcist: Legion VR Deluxe Edition for release in October. According to the store page, it contains all five episodes of the series for PC VR headsets. Not only that but there are apparently enhanced graphics and animations as well as upgraded movement controls. The game also features native support for the Valve Index controllers and Rift S.
Each episode of Legion VR originally released over the course of 2017/2018. Though the series has an overarching story, each episode takes you to a new environment to investigate different cases.
No price is given for the deluxe edition, but buying each episode on its own could come to around $25. Expect it to be in that range, if not a little cheaper.
We reviewed the full season of Legion VR back in 2018, awarding it 9/10. We said it was easily one of the best VR horrors experiences out there. “It honestly felt like I could hear the voices inside my own head and I could feel the heat from my crucifix as I stared down the faces of demon and eradicated the evil within,” David Jagneaux wrote. “The Exorcist: Legion VR will turn even the most hardened horror fans into whimpering piles of fear.”
This release was perhaps inevitable; the game launched on Oculus Quest earlier this year as a full package. No word yet on if the PSVR edition could see a similar release.
Since its release Wolf & Wood has gone on to launch a new game in Early Access. Hotel R’n’R is quite different from the developer’s usual brand of scares. You smash up hotel rooms as quickly and efficiently as possible.