Team17’s first in-house developed VR game, Killer Frequency, is coming soon. The game is played over the course of a single night, with the player taking on the role of a DJ at a radio station. While your show is airing, a serial killer is on the loose. The player must help listeners fearing for their lives. But you’ve still got a job to do, and a new selection of Killer Frequency screenshots showcase exactly where all this will play out.
Killer Frequency is a first-person horror-comedy. Players must solve puzzles, save lives and run the switchboards, all while listening to a jukebox of retro tunes. The screenshots suggest you’ll be engaging in activities such as figuring out escape routes, providing instructions and learning the layout of the town. All while exploring the radio station you’re working in. And of course, keeping those records spinning.
Killer Frequency Screenshots
Additionally, the box art for the console editions of the game have been revealed. While this isn’t directly related to the VR release, we’ve included them below for completion’s sake.
Killer Frequency VR coming to Meta Quest 2. No information has yet been given about a PlayStation VR or PSVR2 edition, despite the game also coming to PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5. As you can see in the above box art images, the game is also coming to Xbox Series X|S and Nintendo Switch. The game is also coming to PC via Steam, however a VR edition has not yet been confirmed. It’s also not been confirmed which edition the above Killer Frequency screenshots have come from.
Killer Frequency is set for release on 1st June, 2023. Are you excited for some late night radio hosting, with a side of serial killer problem-solving? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!