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Broken Spectre Launching June 21

Originally announced at the UploadVR Summer Showcase, the world of Games by Stitch’s cosmic horror narrative title Broken Spectre will make its way to the Meta Quest on June 21.

Designed by one of the creators of The Blair Witch Project, Broken Spectre follows the story of determined adventurer Casey (fantastic name), who finds herself weighed down by secrets emanating from her past. As she sets out to uncover the story behind her father’s disappearance, she sets out to overcome worsening weather, frostbite, and stomach-churning horror that has manifested itself through mutated experiments, gruesome clues, and bizarre cult rituals.

Think you can handle it? See it for yourself below:

BROKEN SPECTRE | Release Date Trailer | Meta Quest

According to Evan Jones, Executive Producer on Broken Spectre:

“We saw the potential for hand-tracking and doubled down on it. Using your hands directly amplifies body horror so much. You pick up a knife with your bare hands and you know you’re going to do something terrible with it.”Evan Jones

Source: Press Release
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