Want To Record A Playthrough Or Review The Game?

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We're getting very close to a point where we can share the fear! 

If you have an established VR-specific YouTube or Twitch channel and would like to do a play-through, or would like to do a review of the game in general, please reach us via our contact form here and send us your channel/publication, credentials, and a way to reach you.

To those who have already reached out: Thank you for your patience! We are currently compiling the list and making sure those that need a copy of the game will get it in priority order when the time comes.

The Exorcist: Legion VR's inaugural chapter "First Rites" is coming soon to HTC ViveOculus Rift and PSVR.

What's In A Name? Chapter One's Title Revealed!

It was a wonderful time deciding what to call the first chapter, but also a struggle. How do you capture the real nature of an event so terrifying with just a couple words?

Users arrive at their Boston precinct, get their bearings, and then are dispatched across town investigate a ritualistic crime where everything they have known gets turned upside down. There's blood, fear, and something very ancient to face which catapults them on a journey of discovery in future chapters.

We're excited to announce The Exorcist: Legion Chapter 1's title: "First Rites".

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The Exorcist: Legion VR is coming soon to HTC ViveOculus Rift and PSVR

Journal Entry of Professor Sarren, Demonologist: #1 - Pazuzu

Journal Entry of Professor Sarren, Demonologist: #1

"What an excellent day for an exorcism."

Pazuzu, known to ancient Assyrians that followed the Mesopotamian religion as the king of the demons of the wind, brought both storms and drought. In those ancient times, he represented the southwestern wind and was worshiped as a demigod for it. He's generally considered to be evil and malicious, but he frightens away other evil spirits, which inadvertently protects his followers from plagues and misfortune. In some mythologies, he is thought to bring famine and locusts as well. 

Pazuzu is often (possibly wrongly?) depicted as a humanoid figure with different animal parts. Some sort of bestial head, talons on both hands like a bird, two wings, and sometimes a full scorpion tail. But, with all mythologies, these can be considered caricature to what the demon may look like, if he ever existed. 

Pazuzu is thought, by many modern scholars to be much more sinister than his followers believed. He picks away at a belief that a person holds dear though corruption, hate, and fear. There is no known weakness to his fury. Rumors of a child becoming possessed by a demon and the need for an exorcism have sprung up years back and the word "Pazuzu" has been thrown around from eyewitness accounts, but nothing is certain. 

Additionally, there has been a murder of a priest down at the old Church, which could be linked to this demon. I have a feeling this is only the first chapter of a very long book. I need to look into this more...

 

The Exorcist: Legion VR is coming soon to HTC ViveOculus Rift and PSVR

VR Locomotion?

What is your preferred locomotion type?

We've designed each chapter of The Exorcist: Legion VR with a variety of locomotion options in mind. Do you love teleport/blink or do you prefer to freely roam through environments?  How about both simultaneously?  We have all three covered with additional choices to further fine tune movement. These movement schemes seamlessly integrated into the Vive Wands, Oculus Touch devices and PSVR controllers (both Move and gamepad), enabling you to switch to your preferred locomotion option on the fly.

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Come say hello to us on the Steam forums, follow us over at Oculus, or comment below with any questions.  We have answers!

 

Secret Item: Source of the Nile

Faith alone won't save you! Throughout each chapter you will have the opportunity to uncover ancient spiritual relics that are of special significance.  We won't say how, or where, but if you take the time to explore you will be rewarded for your efforts. 

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Father Bell

We have something special today for Friday the 13th.

In Chapter 1 you'll encounter Father Bell, a priest who isn't interested in self gain, but only the open-minded search for truth. This search has led him to look into things that others would dismiss as archaic nonsense.  Many in the Church see him as a lunatic and out of touch with modern Catholicism.

An excerpt from his audio diary is here.

 
 

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Too Many Demons, Not Enough Exorcists: Can you help?

Excerpt: "The Catholic Church downplayed the reality of Satan and demonic forces after the liberalising Second Vatican Council in the 1960s.  However, the conservative Pope John Paul II was clear about his belief in the occult and Pope Francis has also reminded Catholics that "Satan is real"."

You can help fight the good fight!  Add us to your wishlist on Steam, follow us on Oculus or sign up for our PSVR notification.  

What makes "Good VR"?

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Wolf & Wood Interactive is an established indie team founded in the UK in 2015 by Ryan Bousfield.  Their first release was A Chair in a Room for Oculus DK1 & Cardboard. Wolf followed up with a full-length narrative experience titled A Chair in a Room: Greenwater which released on Steam and was subsequently named by UploadVR as the “Best Horror Game” of 2016 as well winning Viveport's "Community Choice Award" for 2017. Their latest release was The Harbinger Trial earlier this year for GearVR.

Throughout the development process we've had a lot of discussions about what makes "good VR" and what constitutes effective horror (and how we can break the mold). We look closely at how cinematic and gaming experiences intersect. Titles we frequently reference are Soma, Firewatch, Bioshock, and Cloudhead Games's excellent work. Even the Myst series. All of these experiences convey a sense of place, tone and pose questions regarding the role of the participant in worlds they are navigating. The bar is high for The Exorcist: Legion VR, but we hope to do this beloved franchise the justice it deserves and push the boundaries of what "good VR" can be.

Please follow us on Steam or Oculus to stay up to date on new screenshot releases and gameplay trailers.  PSVR owners- have no fear! We've also been building from day one with you in mind . Please sign up with us here for a PSVR specific mailing list that will notify you when the PS store front is active.

- LegionVR Team

The Exorcist: Legion VR experience announcement

We're pleased to finally announce The Exorcist: Legion VR experience which has been in development for the past year. This episodic horror adventure will allow users to actively participate in a variety of increasingly disturbing exorcisms as the plot unfolds across five unique chapters. We take you around the globe as you discover multiple tools to use in your encounters with ancient supernatural entities.

Wolf & Wood have been at the helm for some time, and you won't be disappointed. If you've played the award-winning  A Chair In A Room: Greenwater then you know that Wolf delivers a style of unnerving storytelling unmatched by other teams.

Chapters 1 & 2 will launch simultaneously this Fall on all major headsets, with three additional chapters following closely behind.  "Playtime" for each chapter will vary,  but the average is approximately 20-25 minutes.  Honestly, it's about all you'll be able to endure.  Up until release we'll be unveiling several tidbits which make The Exorcist: Legion VR experience so unique, and so utterly terrifying. Be sure to sign up for our headset-specific notification list for either Vive, Oculus or PSVR.

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