The cult-classic show, Twin Peaks, is finally getting that VR game. Last year, the Twin Peaks VR game was announced by Collider Games and Showtime but since then, updates on the game have gone quite. Now, it seems like the game will still release later this year and the trailer has been released.
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The Twin Peaks VR game is still scheduled to release on Steam in 2019 and the trailer confirms as much. When the game releases, players will be able to explore iconic locations from the show with an escape room gameplay while solving puzzles. It looks pretty good but it remains to be seen if Collider Games and Showtime will manage to capture the atmosphere which made the show so great in the first place.
A description of the game reads:
[perfectpullquote align=”full” bordertop=”false” cite=”” link=”” color=”#33FFDF” class=”” size=”20″] Crafted with countless references to the series and its 30 year history, TWIN PEAKS VR combines the supernatural, adventure, and escape room genres, challenging players to solve puzzles and discover Easter Eggs as they explore detailed and authentic environments. Players can explore several iconic locations including the Red Room, Glastonbury Grove, Sheriff’s Department, Glass Box Observation and more, as they embark on a first-person journey through the mysterious world crafted by David Lynch and Mark Frost. [/perfectpullquote]
While you will need a VR headset to play the game on PC, fans with a headset will probably love the game and all the references and Easter Eggs promised within. At the time of writing, an exact release date is still unknown, but the trailer does look good and it does feature BOB, which might be a reason to get excited or not play the game, ever, depending on your preference.
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Check out the trailer for the Twin Peaks VR game from Collider Games and Showtime below and then tell us if you are a fan of the show in the comment section.
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