The folks at Capcom sure have gone out of their way to make us say “Okay, that’s weird!” throughout the production of Resident Evil 7. From the dramatic tonal shift present in its playable teaser demo (similar to the Silent Hills P.T. experience), to the USB stick resembling the demo’s mysterious severed finger that comes packaged with the game’s limited edition collector’s edition release, Capcom wants to keep us in the dark and scratching our heads until the game’s January 24th release date. Less is known about this game than any other Resident Evil game this close to release.
While the film Alien: Covenant is set to be released on May 19th, Fox has announced that it is also working on a virtual reality experience aimed at scaring the life out of folks. This will be the second VR release from Fox Innovation Lab (the first being The Martian VR Experience) and will be executive produced by Ridley Scott himself.
The studio describes the VR Experience as “a dread-inducing journey into the depths of the Alien universe. Viewers will discover the true meaning of terror as they navigate through horrifying alien environments and a story where every decision could mean the difference between life and death.”
Doron and Yoav Paz are writing and directing a sequel to JeruZalem. It will feature an extensive vritual reality component, which will immerse viewers into the film. CEO Patrick Ewald and Co-Founder Shaked Berenson. of Epic Pictures Group. has greenlighted the new film and VR features.
Berenson said, “There is a trend right now in Israel within the vc world that is doing investment in the VR space.The first film when we started working on it was when Google glasses were being talked about and used that. For the second film, we are going to have the virtual reality element which will allow fan an immersive world on VR platforms. The intention of the first movie was to show city of Jerusalem through the eye of the tourist. This one will allow audiences to experience Jerusalem truly first hand.”