In May, WanadevStudio released its horror sequel Propagation: Paradise Hotel for Quest 2 and PCVR headsets. Set in a very creepy, monster-filled hotel, the studio recently announced a PSVR 2 port. This will see Propagation: Paradise Hotel hit PSVR 2 just in time for Halloween.
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Creepy mansions, asylums, hospitals, there are plenty of good locations to host a horror game. But could the top of that list be hotels? They’re not inherently scary but most of us are probably far more familiar with the seemingly endless, multi-door corridors of a hotel than some giant mansion. VR has already seen the likes of A Wake Inn utilise the setting – with mixed results. Now it’s time for Wanadev Studio’s Propagation: Paradise Hotel, a zombie-filled nightmare for Meta Quest 2 and Steam headsets.
Back in 2020, French virtual reality developer WanadevStudio released Propagation VR. A free wave-shooter, it saw you having to fend off monsters in a subway station. The studio went on to expand the idea, creating Propagation: Paradise Hotel. A survival horror where you’re trapped in a hotel, the game is coming to PC VR and Quest 2 in May.