You may have heard of Perception – after all, it has been in line for a PS4 and PC release for a while. Now though, it’s also coming to Xbox One and there’s a new trailer for us to watch too!

The Deep End Games and their publisher, Feardemic, have now announced that the first person narrative horror adventure title, Perception, will be dropping onto Xbox One, along with the previously announced PS4 and PC formats. It promises to be a rather haunting, pretty unique experience too!

Perception will give players the experience of what awaits a young, blind woman, Cassie, one who depends on her ultra-sensitive hearing to solve an ancient mystery and outwit the forces that pursue her. After discovering an abandoned mansion, Cassie finds that Echo Bluff is worse than even her worst nightmares, and as a ghostly presence hunts Cassie, she must solve the mysteries of the estate…or become one of its victims.

Cleverly, Cassie finds her way by tapping her cane, ‘seeing’ via echolocation. She needs to avoid detection and uses ambient sounds of the house to help her navigate or uses objects to create distractions. Every sound creates a visual. But there is a cost as that sound will reveal her location … and her worst enemies.

“We didn’t want to leave Xbox One players in the dark—no pun intended—by supporting their console of choice,” said Bill Gardner, creative director at The Deep End Games. “We’re really excited that Xbox fans will be able to experience the unique world we’ve built in Perception.”

We’re pretty pleased to see that Perception will now be making its way to Xbox One as well as PS4 and PC so will be keeping you fully up-to-date with its progress. Make sure you take in a little hit of the latest trailer below.

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5 years ago

On my radar now too… looks like a pretty novel gameplay hook and probably pretty scary too. Reminds me a little of Beyond Eyes (which I really enjoyed) where you played a blind girl with a similar mechanic of sound based ‘sight’ looking for your missing cat…

Chris (CrippyD)
Chris (CrippyD)
5 years ago

This looks like a decent game, certainly on my radar.