Transference VR Review – A Short Trip Into A Corrupted Mind


I review Transference on the Oculus Rift. Transference VR is a narrative driven psychological thriller where you must explore the digital recreations of a corrupted mind created by Spectrevision and Ubisoft Montreal. Transference released on Oculus Rift, HTC Vive and PSVR on 18th September 2018 along with traditional versions of the game…

Transference is available on Oculus Store – Β£20.99 / $24.99

Transference is also available on Steam – Β£20.99 / $24.99

I received Transference for free from the developers to play on the channel however I was not paid to make this video and my opinions are my own. Thanks for watching []-)

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23 thoughts on “Transference VR Review – A Short Trip Into A Corrupted Mind”

  1. Not a horror you say? Really? lol. Looks good. But I'm worried about the 'will stay with you after the game bit', like I'm not gonna sleep for 3 days oof

  2. I played it a bit, made me extremely motion sick, and it's a very weird game… I don't recommend it at all, even if they will add teleport it still sucks.

  3. Great view on transference I definitely am interested in playing this title. I hope to see more from this title in the future and the company Spectra vision. If you see anything by Spector

  4. looks neat but I am looking forward to being able to experience a short trip into an expanded mind. There already is enough corruption in the world

  5. This game totally blew me away, honestly felt a presence in vr that I've never had before, really good, I had that issue like everyone else at first but it linked to my Oculus account eventually, didn't like the camera resetting but it's fine if you don't physically move too much around your play space and use the crouch button instead of actually crouching, does seem costly for the amount of time you get in the game but I don't regret buying it one bit


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