It is now time to don those VR headsets and venture into the world of Intruders: Hide And Seek. The launch day is here and we can move into Valentine's Day with the fun level of horror we should all have thanks to Tessera Studios and Daedalic. More so since it also pits people against one of the more common fears out there and that is a home invasion. Intruders is by no means the first to do it, but it is one of the more recent to take us all into a VR setting to get a real feel for it while pretending to be a young boy trying to help the family. Just the loving thing we should all experience on Singles Awareness Day. That or in general as it also looks to be downright scary from what has been shown thus far.
Of course, we would not be back here talking about Intruders again unless we had more to look at for the game. That is, as with most games, we have a launch day trailer to look at as we get another look around this cozy home that has been turned into a house of horrors. There also looks to be a different set up for the villains of the game and how some of their perceptions can be skewed in the game. We will have to stay away from them to get the help the family needs and there does seem to be something further "off" about these intruders now. I am looking at you stag head wearer…
Intruders: Hide And Seek — Release Trailer
In Intruders: Hide And Seek, three mysterious strangers break into a countryside vacation house and retain the Richter family as hostage. With your parents restrained and your sister hiding, you become Ben, the eldest son, who is stuck in the house with the intruders. You will have to find a way to save your family while you figure out who the three assailants are and what they want.
You will have to move around unnoticed, avoid any confrontation and help your family in order to survive the worst night of their lives. In addition, you will be able to use the well-calibrated VR-perspective to get a full and detailed view of the floors. However, you have to think about your next steps because each of the intruders has a specific perspective. You have to skip every cone-shaped field of vision, survive for the family's sake and try to call for help.
Will you be diving into the fun of Intruders: Hide And Seek or will you be waiting to see how others have enjoyed it before that? Do you think we will have more than just the basic cone vision to worry about from the enemies or will it be that with a different twist? How do you suspect that the movement will work here or will we just need to load up the game to see for now? Let us all know down in the comments and then feel free to discuss. If there is more for Intruders: Hide And Seek, we will certainly have it here. Be sure to creep back in often to see that and more as we march on with the year.