Arcadia, a Moscow-based VR arcade, is releasing the first episode of its new psychological horror series later this month on SteamVR headsets.

Called HINGE, the VR-native horror game takes place in a nightmarish building filled with ghoulish creatures and constantly changing rooms.

A few months ago we saw the games impressive-looking announce trailer, however now the studio has released a new gameplay trailer that delves a bit deeper into the game’s mechanics, object interaction, and that awful feeling of constantly having the world change around as soon as you look away.

Arcadia says in the game’s Steam description that HINGE is set in an American metropolis of the early 20th century right after the Spanish flu epidemic….

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