Transference for PlayStation 4


Sep 18, 2018
847th of 5266

VR Content

Compatible with Playstation virtual reality headset to play.

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots


About this game

Developer: Ubisoft
Content Rating: Mature


Jump into an escape room set in a deranged mind and experience a first-person exploration game in a chilling new dimension. Shift between three perspectives and attempt to unravel the mystery hiding in this mind-bending psychological thriller. Project yourself into a riveting narrative experience and become immersed in an unsettling psychological thriller. Piece together a family's mystery as you recover fragmented memories from the corrupted consciousness of each perspective. In this first-person narrative mystery, you must explore the walls of the family's home to interpret events and discover the truth. Playable in VR and non-VR modes.

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123 Reviews

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Critic Reviews

30 Reviews
Dylan SieglerSep 17, 2018
The story, however, may be just interesting enough to get the player through the game, but won’t exactly provide any kind of profound insight into the state of interactive narratives. It’s a game worth checking out (though you might want to wait for a sale), but is far from the great narrative experiences other walking simulators have come to be known for.
Janet GarciaSep 25, 2018
Transference’s subtlety is meant to create additional depth, but keeping the player at arm’s length only works if you eventually let them in. Unfortunately, Transference never fully shows its narrative hand and that’s the game’s biggest detriment. Gameplay-wise, the game is easy but satisfying to navigate. The surrealist, horror aspects of the shifting environments create a steady stream of tension and intrigue.
Alessandro BarbosaSep 26, 2018
A captivating albeit disturbing setting is Transference's greatest asset, rooted by strong performances from the cast and a smart approach to storytelling. Transference revels in its uneasy subject matter a bit too much, though, and fails to wrap up its messaging in a cohesive way. It's an uncomfortable experience that mostly doesn't rely on common horror tropes, while offering some challenging puzzles to solve along the way.

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