Psychological Horror title ‘The Town of Light’ gets full Oculus Rift Support

Developers, have today announced today that its first-person psychological horror game, The Town of Light, has been updated with full support for Oculus Rift. The update is available now and is free for everyone who already owns the game on steam.

To celebrate the introduction of VR Support for The Town of Light, LKA also revealed that that the horror title is available on sale at a discount of 25% until May 16th. Speaking about the implementation of VR Support for The Town of Light creative director Luca Dalco said, “We are really excited to release the Oculus version of the game today. One of our goal with The Town of Light is immersing the player in a realistic experience and we are glad to be able to offer the game today with full VR support.”

Released on February 26th, 2016, The Town of Light is played through the eyes of Renée, an imaginary 16-year-old girl who suffers from the symptoms of mental illness.

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