The Thai first-person horror game is released on consoles a year after its release on PC, incorporating support for virtual reality in PlayStation VR
Based on popular Thai myths, Yggdrasil bring to consoles this psychological horror game. He will put us in the role of Tim who, the night of his wife’s disappearance, wakes up as a creep in a sinestro place that seems strange to him. Where we will have to look for clues and solve puzzles, while we flee from spirits and creatures that will haunt us through the corridors. We won’t have any kind of weapon, so our ingenuity will be the only thing that will allow us to get out of this one alive.
Home Sweet Home, which received support for Live and Rift in the Steam version (16,99€) in February, it has compatibility with PlayStation VR since its launch today in Sony’s North American digital store. Although, as in the Steam version, it does not offer support for motion controls.