We finally have a release date for promising VR escape room game, Last Labyrinth.
The game will be launching on pretty much all VR platforms on November 13. That includes the Oculus Quest, support for which was announced for the first time today. It’s also coming to PSVR, Rift, Vive and Windows VR. We’d assume Index support will feature, though it’s not officially listed by developer AMATA K.K.. The game’s set to be on display at the Tokyo Game Show event later this month, too.
The developer says the images below were taken from the Quest version itself. They’re a little bit blurry but overall they look quite faithful to the PC and console versions of the game, though.
In Last Labyrinth you find yourself bound to a wheelchair. A young girl named Katia assists you, responding to your commands to solve various puzzles. Get the right answer and you might escape with your life. Getting things wrong, however, results in a grizzly death. There’s a central mystery to the game about why you’ve been captured that we’re looking forward to unraveling.
The game’s being developed by Hiromichi Takahashi, best known for creating the PlayStation Cat mascot for Sony in Japan. Co-Director Tetsuya Watanbe, meanwhile, has worked on both The Last Guardian and Puppeteer. Katia herself is voiced by Stefanie Joosten, who played Quiet in Metal Gear Solid V. Not that you’d know because she was, well, quiet.
Last Labyrinth will cost $39.99 at launch. We’ll keep you updated on all the latest from the game.