Transference is now available in both VR and non-VR capacities

Actor Elijah Wood has entered the world of gaming, with the release of his studio’s cryptic first-person title, Transference. The visceral experience, which has been published by Ubisoft, is now available in digital form.

In Transference, players will explore a darkened house, and will delve into the minds and memories of the family who once lived there. They’ll do so either in virtual reality, or in a non-VR capacity.

“Whether playing in VR or non-VR, players will find themselves in an escape room like situation inside the experiment of a troubled scientist. They’ll shift between the three perspectives of family members and attempt to find out the disturbing truth,” said Transference producer Kévin Racapé. “Transference is a visceral, engaging experience, and we can’t wait for players to enjoy unraveling the mystery in this mind-bending psychological thriller.”

Transference is $33.49 Canadian, and is now available for PlayStation 4, PSVR, Xbox One, Windows PC, HTC Vive and Oculus Rift.