Paw Print Games’ upcoming simulation-puzzle game has been in development for quite some time. Last month, seemingly out of nowhere, a collaboration with vTime Games and Team17 was announced to bring Border Bots VR to PSVR 2, SteamVR and Meta Quest 2. Now, an official release date has been announced for Border Bots VR. And it’s soon.
A lot of my favourite VR games tend to be big action fixes. Games like Population: One or Resident Evil 4. But there are times when I want something different. A VR experience that challenges me to think creatively or a gripping narrative that hooks me with its performance. Sometimes, quite unexpectedly, I encounter both. Weirdly, that just so happened to be inside a radio station, sat on a DJ chair in front of a mic. Welcome to the radio talk show that is this Killer Frequency review.
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.
Team17 has announced the release date for its upcoming black comedy slasher-adventure, Killer Frequency. Developed in-house, Killer Frequency has been created for both VR and traditional formats from day one.
Team17 has announced Killer Frequency will be the publisher’s first foray into the world of VR. A brand-new horror-comedy set in a 1980s mid-American town, a serial killer is on the loose looking to maximise their kill count. The game is listed as ‘coming soon’ to Meta Quest 2 and Steam via flat screen mode.