Cult Horror Game ‘White Day’ Coming To PlayStation VR

Cult Horror Game ‘White Day’ Coming To PlayStation VR

Sony Computer Entertainment Korea has just announced that a cult horror game entitled “White Day” is coming to PlayStation VR.

The development of horror games for PS VR continues to increase. The addition of the horror game “White Day” which is already quite familiar to many gaming fans, will make the PSVR experience more intense.

The videogame was first introduced by the local game developer ROI Games during the Sony Computer Entertainment media event held in Korea. When properly observed, it can be perceived that the videogame “White Day” is a remake of the cult horror game “White Day: A Labyrinth Named School” which was first revealed in the year 2001 in Korea. It can be remembered that the original video game depicts the main character trying to escape on a haunted high school.

White Day is considered as the second announcement of horror game for PlayStation VR. Last month, Beast Media Group announced that they are about to launch a horror game entitled “Paranormal Activity” to PlayStation VR after its launching in the year 2016.

The said platform also distributed some playable demo of the Paranormal Activity game throughout the U.S. in order to promote the virtual reality game.

Other video games will also be offered for those individuals who are planning to buy PlayStation VR. According to a report, Tekken 7 will now have its virtual reality version which will be exclusively playable in PS VR. Dead or Alive Xtreme 3 and the dinosaur exploration game entitled ‘Robinson: The Journey’ will be also available.

First person horror video games are now one of the prevalent gaming genres for virtual reality headsets. Aside from the fact that horror games offer the game developers low budget costs, scary video games are also becoming a hit in gaming industries today making different game developers turn towards the said genre.

As of now, no official announcements are available concerning the video game’s availability to Western countries and to other parts of the world.