VR Spy Game I Expect You to Die Releases on Oculus, Going To PSVR Next Week

Published: December 10, 2016 12:05 AM /


I Expect You to Die

Ever wanted to live out your dream of being a super spy? If you own an Oculus Rift then you now have the chance, as I Expect You to Die has released on it. If you own PlayStation VR you'll be getting that chance next week.

Putting you in the role of a spy who seems to be really good at getting themselves in increasingly dangerous situations, I Expect You to Die sees you trapped and needing to use your telekinetic powers to help you escape from various scenarios while you chase after the villainous Dr. Zor. You'll have to get out of submarines, laboratories, window washing platforms, and Dr. Zor's heavily booby-trapped car, giving you a variety of locations to escape from. The game takes inspirations from escape the room scenarios and has fashioned many puzzles around this. If you're interested in learning more about the game you can watch its trailer and visit the game's website.


While I Expect You to Die is a VR game, it's giving you a variety of ways to play the game. PC users can either use the Oculus Touch controllers, an Xbox controller, or their mouse and keyboard to control the game, while PlayStation 4 users can either use Move controllers or a Dualshock 4.

I Expect You to Die was developed by Schell Games, who have also developed several other VR games like SuperChem VR, Water Bears VR, Orion Trail VR, and Frostbound.

I Expect You to Die is currently available in the Oculus Store for $24.99, and will be hitting the PlayStation Network next week. You can also get it as part of the Oculus Touch Launch Bundle, which also comes with Space Pirate Trainer, Kingspray Graffiti, Superhot VR, and The Climb.

Interested in I Expect You to Die? Have a VR device and going to pick it up? Still holding off on buying any VR things? Let us know in the comments!

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