The Deep End Games’ horror adventure, Perception, has been unexpectedly delayed at the last minute. The game was originally set for release tomorrow.
Here’s an explanation straight from the horse’s mouth:
Due to an unexpected administrative snafu re: ratings/territories, consoles delayed a week. Steam/GOG tomorrow! https://t.co/dgSC4GDoJM
— Perception/DeepEnd (@TheDeepEndGames) May 29, 2017
In the meantime, you can watch a new trailer above.
Developed by former BioShock and Dead Space devs, here’s what Perception is all about:
Perception is a first-person psychological horror game that thrusts players into the role of a blind woman named Cassie who depends on her ultra-sensitive hearing to solve an ancient mystery. Plagued by nightmares that lead her to a haunted New England estate, Cassie must use her wits to remain hidden and outmaneuver a malevolent force that threatens her life.
- “See” using echolocation. Every sound creates a visual.
- Engage in a deadly game of hide and seek with relentless enemies, including The Presence.
- Trigger radical change at the Estate at Echo Bluff each time you solve its mysteries.
- Travel back through history to exorcise your own nightmares.
We’ll update our readers when the game becomes available.