About the game
Developed by The Deep End Games and published in 2017 by Feardemic, Perception is a first-person survival horror where players play as a blind woman that uses echolocation to navigate a mysterious mansion.
Perception might be the next big thing for horror games
Here is a bunch of (hint: it's really just five) reasons why The Deep End Games might be releasing a game changer for the video game horror genre on 30 May 2017. Strap in for some speculation and stumbling around in absolute darkness.
Perception PC review | Stumbling around in the dark
Perception is an adventure game with a lot going for it, and while the mechanical adaptation of echolocation adds a lot to overall atmosphere, lackluster story delivery and an obnoxious protagonist break overall tone far too frequently to allow for proper immersion.
Horror adventure Perception: what we know so far
Perception is under development by the Deep End Games set up by Bill Gardner, who previously worked for Irrational Games
Perception horror coming to PlayStation 4
Perception is under development by some of the people who made BioShock and Dead Space