Project yourself into a narrative experience that combines movies with gaming.
Transference is a first-person thriller game made and published by Ubisoft. Imagine an escape room set in a deranged mind. Experience a first-person exploration game in a chilling new dimension. Shift between three perspectives of a family in this troubled scientist’s experiment, and attempt to unravel the mystery hiding in this mind-bending psychological thriller.
Release Date: 18 Sep, 2018
Genre: Indie, Adventure, Horror, VR
OS: Win 7
CPU: Intel Core i5-2500K | AMD FX-6350
RAM: 8 GB
GRAPHIC: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660 | AMD Radeon HD 7870
HDD: 8 GB
OS: Win 10
CPU: Intel i5-4590| AMD FX 8350
RAM: 8 GB
GRAPHIC: Nvidia GTX 970 / AMD 290
HDD: 8 GB
- A THRILLER THAT FEELS LIKE A MOVIE. Project yourself into a narrative experience that combines movies with gaming, as you become immersed in an unsettling psychological thriller.
- IT’S YOUR UNIQUE EXPERIENCE. In this first-person narrative mystery, you must explore the walls of this family’s home to interpret events and discover your truth.
- SOLVE THE MYSTERY. Recover a fragmented family as you shift between the corrupted consciousness of each individual’s perspective and attempt to piece together their mystery.
Transference is a psychological thriller that successfully mixes cinema, videogames and virtual reality. It brings us a pure thriller: finding out what has happened to a family, in an alternate version of its psique. To discover the truth we have to solve riddles, listen carefully to the family voices and find out every horrible secret. It is a videogame that should come with a heart warning, not because of jump scares, just merely due to the fact it’ll get your heart racing for the entire duration. It grips you from the beginning with its unrelenting atmosphere and doesn’t let up until the credits roll. Ubisoft and SpectreVision have mixed the stylings of Black Mirror and The Matrix with a twisted vision of the future that feels dangerously honest and realistic. It deals with several heavy themes that will likely make players uneasy, and from what I can tell, that’s sort of the point. I can't recommend this title enough, seriously. If you want a solid single player story-driven game with interesting challenging puzzles, then look no further, Transference is your game.