VR scare-fest Don’t Knock Twice comes to Playstation

The virtual-reality horror movie tie-in was developed by Wales Interactive.

Looking to kick your Halloween shenanigans up to 11 this year? A new horror VR game from Wales Interactive might be for you.

Based on the horror film directed by Caradog W. James, Don’t Knock Twice tells the story of a mother who must find and save her daughter in the confines of a terrifying grand manor.

To save her estranged daughter, a guilt-ridden mother must uncover the frightening truth behind the urban tale of a vengeful, demonic witch. One knock to wake her from her bed, twice to raise her from the dead.

To find and save your daughter, you will explore all depths of a grand manor house, searching for hidden clues and wield items to escape the terror that surrounds you.

In a similar vein to first-person survival horrors like Amnesia and SOMA, the player is able to interact with most of the objects around them.

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The VR horror, developed by Wales Interactive and partnered with Perp Games, is headed to Playstation 4 and Playstation VR from 29 September across Europe, USA and Australia.

Check out this reaction compilation from terrified early players:


“Horror fans will love this experience”

Don’t Knock Twice is Wales Interactive’s first VR release. Their previous titles include award-winning games like The BunkerLate Shift and Coffin Dodgers.

Check out a preview of Coffin Dodgers from the 2016 Wales Games Development Show.

Wales Interactive co-founder David Bannner says of the release:

“It’s a huge achievement for us to see Don’t Knock Twice be a part of Perp’s catalogue. We look forward to the September launch to watch gamers worldwide scream out loud!“

Rob Edwards, founder of Perp Games, said:

“Don’t Knock Twice is one scary game and we think horror fans will love this experience, especially in VR.”

Will I have the courage to give this a go in VR? Maybe. But it looks like a fun ride!

Don’t Knock Twice is available on PS4 and PSVR from September 29th.

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