Work Off Your Karmic Debt In VR Adventure Trial By Teng

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Work Off Your Karmic Debt In VR Adventure Trial By Teng

June 16, 2020

By: Joseph Allen

 
 

Form creator Charm Games announced its newest project during today's Upload VR Showcase, which shows off games in VR by various developers. Trial By Teng is an offbeat adventure set in the afterlife. You'll work to pay off your karmic debt and take a scenic ride through some of the great beyond's most damnably pretty locations.

In Trial By Teng, you will go, quite literally, to hell. It's a VR puzzle game in which you'll be solving puzzles and playing the game to balance out your karmic debt. Under the watchful gaze of the ever-present King Yama, you must complete a series of tasks in order to earn the chance to return above ground and leave the nightmarish realm of hell. You can check out the reveal trailer for Trial By Teng right here:

How does Trial By Teng play?

Trial By Teng looks set to offer an immersive first-person adventure full of tactile puzzles to solve, charmingly eccentric characters to meet, and fiendish situations to get around. The art style is suitably stylised and resembles a sort of gothic-tinged BioShock. We'll doubtless learn more about Trial By Teng as we near its intended release window.

We're expecting Trial By Teng to land on PC VR platforms, although we don't know anything about which ones it's coming to yet or whether we'll be getting a PlayStation VR version as well. If you'd like to check out more about Trial By Teng, you can do so by wishlisting the game over on its Steam page. We'll bring you more on this game as soon as we get it. Start planning your escape routes from hell, people.

 
 

Does Trial By Teng look like your cup of infernal tea? Let us know in the comments below!

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Dark Souls changed my life, and I'm here to spread the good news. I like pretty much all sorts of games, but I judge everything by its proximity to our Lord and saviour, Dark Souls.

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