Psychological thriller “Transference” is set for a Fall 2018 release, Ubisoft announced at their E3 press conference Monday afternoon.

Elijah Wood, creative director of Spectrevision, took the stage to introduce a new trailer for the VR game, which was originally announced during E3 2017.

“With ‘Transference,’ we’re bringing a first-person exploration game into a chilling new dimension,” Wood said.

In “Transference,” a deranged scientist has uploaded his family’s brain data into a digital simulation, and the player must shift between the members of the scientist’s family, connecting the pieces of each character’s experience to discover the truth behind a harrowing mystery.

“Transference” will be available on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. For the full, suspenseful VR experience the title was built for, play it on PlayStation VR, Oculus Rift or HTC Vive.

E3 2018 is at the Los Angeles Convention Center from June 11 to 12, but the press conferences with first looks at upcoming titles are happening now. EA was first up on Saturday, with big news including “Battlefield V’s” new battle royale multiplayer mode. Microsoft dominated with their E3 Xbox Briefing on Sunday, and set the bar high by showing 50 upcoming titles. On Sunday, Bethesda also held their press conference, with new looks at “Fallout 76” and more.

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