Coming Spring 2018, Blind is releasing across PC VR platforms with the game making its way to PSVR later in the year.
Using faint hues of light to paint in the surroundings – sound reflecting off their surfaces – you play the game from the perspective of a blind lady forced to face her fears. Multiple images fade in and out, which has the potential to shape some rather disturbing images – couple this with VR – and Blind is something that is not for the feint-hearted, just take a look at the trailer, it’s rather chilling.
Coming in at around a 4-5 hour playthrough, Blind has you explore a mysterious mansion using this “echolocation” to solve puzzles to uncover the series of events that led the main character to end up alone and blind.
It will be an interesting game to experience, particularly with VR, which increases your senses with added depth – Blind then restricts your senses right back by restricting what you see and when you see it.