Draugen is a VR horror game from Dreamfall Chapters dev

Red Thread Games has announced a new first-person horror game called Draugen. Set in 1923 Scandinavia, the game is set to release in 2015 on PC, Mac, and Linux and support VR headsets, like the Oculus Rift.


Developer Red Thread Games (Dreamfall Chapters: The Longest Journey) is throwing its hat into the virtual reality gaming ring with a new horror game called Draugen. This first-person horror game will support VR headsets, such as the Oculus Rift, and is targeting a 2015 release on PC, Mac, and Linux.

Draugen is set in 1923 Scandinavia, in which an American scientist must solve the mystery surrounding the mysterious disappearances of a town's entire population. As he explores the area for clues, his mind rapidly descends into madness when he begins seeing mysterious figures in the distance.

Red Thread confirmed VR support to Eurogamer. For more about Draugen and its journey into the Black Sea, check out the trailer below.

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