BioShock: Xbox One Getting Former BioShock Dev’s New Horror Game
Perception is on the way to Xbox One, The first-person shooter video game series developed by irrational Games. The first game in the series was released for the Windows operating system Xbox 360 video game console on August 21, 2007 in North America, and three days later in Europe and Australia.
Irrational Games unveiled a trailer for new game titles BioShock Infinite, released on March 26, 2013.
Perception, the first-Person horror game from a team of former BioShock developers, is started to Xbox One. Developer Deep End Games announced this today on the Xbox Wire.
Today’s announcement is not a total surprise, A year ago as Deep End Games said more than an Xbox One edition of the game was a possibility. Perception is also in development for PlayStation 4 and PC.
In this Game, you play as a blind woman, Cassie Thornton. Who must make her way through a mansion in Massachusetts. The home is occupied by a supernatural force known as “the presence.” Your only physical tools are a walking stick and a smartphone, and also, critically your ability to hear. Every tap of the walking stick or sound creates a visualization that clarifies the world around you.
The Project lead of the Game Bill Gardner told that “you don’t have shotguns and magic powers and all that when The Deep End announced Perception back in 2015. Gardner worked at Irrational for more than a decade, recently most serving as design director for BioShock Infinite.
In shorts, the game aims to capture a cat-and-mouse/hide-and-seek feeling, not unlike Alien: Isolation
Perception plays out across a series of chapters from different eras. Each time period explains some of the awful things that have happened inside the mansion. When these are completed, players travel back in time—and the mansion completely changes form, from its geometry to the people and spirits private residence inside it.
Currently, no release date for Perception has been announced.