Oasis Games has announced that its room escape horror game Dying: Reborn is out now for PS4 and PlayStation VR. There's also a PS Vita version in development, but the launch date for this version will be announced at a later time.
Dying: Reborn is a dark, horror-themed puzzle game that creates a unique first-person room escape experience. Players will play as Mathew, a distraught young man on a mission to find his missing sister. After receiving a mysterious note from his sister, Mathew finds himself trapped in a strange and eerie hostel with no recollection of how he landed there. To escape the hostel and solve the mystery, Mathew must solve a variety of creative puzzles while exploring each spooky room in the building for clues. Scattered throughout the environment are items he will collect and use as he works out what has happened to his sister.
"It's been a rewarding journey working with the developer, NEKCOM, to introduce the frightening world of Dying: Reborn to players across all PlayStation platforms," said Alen Wu, Global Business Director for Oasis Games. "Our commitment to keeping our games exciting throughout a diverse lineup will be elevated with today's launch."
"We created Dying: Reborn to emphasize the popularity of real-life room escapes and bring it to PlayStation players in the comfort of their own home," said Troy Dunniway, COO at NEKCOM. "We strive to challenge players to think outside of the box and Dying: Reborn will reward players who can think creatively."
The PS4 and PS Vita versions consist of six chapters of riveting gameplay, while the PS VR version has three immersive chapters for a shorter but even more intense experience. Dying: Reborn is available on PS VR for $9.99/£7.99/€9.99 and PS4 for $19.99/£15.49/€19.99.