Psychological Horror Game ‘Intruders: Hide and Seek’ Creeps Onto PSVR Next Week

Daedalic Entertainment and Tessera Studios have announced that the psychological horror game Intruders: Hide and Seek is popping up on PlayStation VR on February 13 — just in time for you to play it on Valentine’s Day. Intruders will be released on Steam with VR support at a later date.

In Intruders, you’ll play as Ben, a young boy who witnesses his family taken hostage in their remote holiday retreat by three mysterious intruders. Ben must play a terrifying game of hide-and-go-seek as he needs to hide from these invaders while trying to uncover their secrets in order to save his family. Players will need to avoid falling into the burglars‘ hands at all costs – as failing to do so will end up in Ben’s unfortunate demise. Since the game is in VR, Ben’s feelings of helpless and fear will be amplified to the max. If you’re wondering how long it’ll take to complete Intruders, it should take about four hours to complete.

Even though the game hasn’t launched yet, it has already won multiple honors, including a Playstation Talents award, Best Pitch at SXSW Gaming, and a Titanium Award from the Fun & Serious Games Festival. All of those awards are definitely impressive, to say the least.

Check out the gameplay trailer and screenshots below to see just how scary Intruders is going to be:


Author’s take: This is pretty much my worst nightmare, and I’ll tell you what, I’m ready to take it on! 

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Brad Crespo

Editor-in-Chief - On a quest to play as many new games as possible while trying to finish an endless backlog.