More Horror Coming To VR With DreamBack VR


A new VR horror game, DreamBack VR, has a new teaser video to get us ready for when DreamBack VR launches in 2019

Let us throw another VR horror title into the mix as we have a bit more for the upcoming DreamBack VR here. This would be the title in the works from Come Over Gaming that will take us to some new depths of fear in VR some time in 2019. That is as long as everything works out correctly as that is all hype for DreamBack VR at this point and nothing rock solid. The latest teaser that we do have for the game does look like it will hold some solid competition, but for now, we are going to be reserved so we do not get the PC horror crowds riled up too soon. There is still a lot of time before this will be a thing at this point.

All of that said, we do have a very short look at DreamBack VR in motion while still in development. The game will be taking us through the Rickfford Mansion as we uncover some obscure history mixed with terrors along the way. To what end? We are not too sure at this point. What does sound rather interesting is that we could be seeing some truly interactive puzzles in DreamBack VR using whichever input devices you have. It would also be cool to see some true room scale to the world as well so we would have to move all around and not just look in directions. It is all early still, so maybe we will get something along the way…

DreamBack VR — Teaser #1

DreamBack VR it’s a VR exclusive exploration based psychological horror title which uncovers an obscure history around the Rickfford Mansion. It’s based on the Epic Games Unreal Engine 4 and will be compatible with Steam VR. DreamBack VR will be released during 2019. The history takes place during the night of the 22th of September 1992 around the Rickfford Mansion located on Ludlow (United Kingdom). Michael Shurtbell is the one chosen to uncover the deepest secrets around this place. There is no way back.

“Sometimes, with the power of our subconscious, we can relive forgotten experiences changing our lives forever”

DreamBack VR is still in development. On release, it will be available on PC through Steam service during 2019.

What are your thoughts on DreamBack VR based on the teaser here and the basics that we have been given for the game? Do you think it will offer up some true horror in the mix or will it be one jump scare after another along the way? Would you like to see room scale get mixed in here or will the basic movements be enough to bring you fear? Let us all know down in the comments and then feel free to discuss. If there is more for DreamBack VR, we will share it all here. Just keep coming back for all of that and you should not be let down.