Afterlife VR Set to Bring Chilling Experience to PSVR2 on April 19

Split Light Studio and Perp Games have finally confirmed the release date for their spine-tingling first-person horror game, Afterlife VR, on PlayStation VR2. Fans can look forward to immersing themselves in a terrifying world on April 19, 2023, with the game specifically redesigned to take advantage of PSVR2 controls. A new gameplay trailer (embedded above) has also been released, offering a glimpse into the hair-raising experience that awaits players.

Afterlife VR is a deeply immersive horror game. As Adam Bernhard, a young rookie police officer on a night patrol, you receive a call that will change your life forever. Uncover secrets hidden deep within the Black Rose mental hospital walls, where most of the patients pose a great danger.

Initially launched on Steam as an Early Access title in May 2022, Afterlife VR received its full release in September of the same year. The game takes players on a horrifying journey through a psychiatric hospital filled with sinister secrets and unsettling revelations. Players assume the role of Adam Bernhard, a young rookie police officer who receives a life-changing call during a night patrol.

The story unfolds within the walls of the eerie Black Rose mental hospital, where Adam’s sister, Allison, has recently been admitted. As players delve into the dark and mysterious corridors, they must uncover the connection between missing patients, hospital staff, and a groundbreaking study focused on the Indigo Children phenomenon.

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