The Exorcist Legion VR SIN Postponed, Now Released in 2023
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Exorcist Legion VR SIN has been delayed, as announced by the game’s publisher, Fun Train, as part of an end-of-year update for fans.
The horror sequel was first announced in November 2021, and the announcement comes with a release window towards the end of 2022. Obviously, that’s not happening anymore, and as the new calendar year approaches, fans have already predicted that the creepy sequel won’t make its original release window.
Instead, The Exorcist Legion VR SIN (Safety in Numbers) will be released in the second half of 2023. The game’s publisher, Fun Train, has released an end-of-year update on its website to keep fans informed of various upcoming projects across multiple platforms. . .
According to Fun Train, the cooperative VR horror game has grown in ambition since it was first announced last year. Presumably, this means the developer needs more time to get the experience right. It is worth noting that the developer of the sequel is not the developer of the original game. The first game was developed by Wood & Ward, while the sequel is being developed by the Pocket Money Games team, which lists The Twilight Zone VR and Superhot among its development credits.
Here is the statement from Fun Train:
“Security in Numbers (SIN) Our passion has grown over the past year as we continue to build on the suspense and horror of the first game. Personally, I can’t wait for people to see the new avatars and the police station. As a reminder, this is a cooperative game that requires you to watch your friend’s back and protect them (and hope they do the same). While we’re scheduled to release it later this year, it’s unlikely yet (but worth the wait). We are now planning to launch the SIN. 2nd half of 2023 after we had plenty of time to make sure it was as disturbing and entertaining as we imagined. We don’t throw any punches, and TWO internal testers have already complained that it’s “too scary.” I always take that as a good sign ;)”
It seems The Exorcist Legion VR SIN is so scary that two internal testers complained that the game was too scary. Let’s hope it’s not too scary to pass the exit certificate, huh?
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