The Exorcist fans the world over has been enjoying forays into this supernatural world full of horror and discovery through Wolf & Wood’s The Exorcist: Legion VR. Chapters 1&2 released last year and we saw Chapter 3 heading to headsets back in January 2018. Now, the penultimate episode, The Exorcist: Legion VR – Chapter 4: Samaritan (yes, it’s a mouthful) is due to hit Steam and the Oculus Store next month.
So far, we’ve seen creepy dolls, wicked witches, and lots of other creepy stuff in The Exorcist: Legion VR series. Now the series is taking a different route with a “very different tone and layout from our previous episodes,” the studio says on their website. This time around, players will be heading to Haiti which is being racked by an unknown plague and has become a failed quarantine zone. After the deaths of most of the health workers, the attempt to contain the plague collapses. So you’re sent to a small aid center to discover what (or who) is causing this epidemic.
Check out the trailer below:
Chapter 4: Samaritan builds on the previous chapters which are all based on untold stories from The Exorcist III. In each chapter, which ranges from around 20 to 30 minutes you have to face your fears, solve some puzzles and ultimately face a demon entity and vanquish it back to hell. Each chapter focuses on a different demon and you have to find a different way to kill each.
Wolf & Wood will be releasing The Exorcist: Legion VR – Chapter 4: Samaritan sometime late April, with the final chapter called Tomb expected to release later this year. The studio will also bring the entire series to PSVR and the series will feature support for both dual shock and Move controllers. Though no final date has been announced for the PSVR release yet, the developers do note on their website that “this is the home stretch” – so we probably won’t have to wait very long.
No price point has been announced for The Exorcist: Legion VR – Chapter 4: Samaritan but we expect it will go for the same price as the previous chapters at $4.99. You can get The Exorcist: Legion VR series on Steam (bundle) and the Oculus Store.