A Chair in a Room first came to Google Cardboard and Oculus Rift DK1 as a free demo back in 2014. Later arriving on Steam as a full game for HTC Vive and then Oculus Rift, we always wondered when the highly rated horror mystery game would make it over to PSVR. Now, developers Wolf & Wood have revealed that PSVR users won’t be waiting for long.
Announced today in a PS blog post, A Chair in a Room: Greenwater is slated to launch on PSVR April 23rd.
Set in America’s Deep South, A Chair in a Room: Greenwater puts players in the shoes of patient No. 6079, taking you through a host of forgotten memories so you have to piece together in order to figure out why you’ve suddenly awoken in the deceptively sinister Greenwater Institute.
PSVR users will be able to use either DualShock 4 controllers or PS Move motion controllers so you can examine the world’s objects, some of which hold important clues as to what the Greenwater Institute actually is.
A Chair in a Room: Greenwater is currently rated ‘Very Positive’ on Steam with an 87% positive aggregate rating; it holds a respectable [4.3/5] stars on the Oculus Store.