The psychological thriller first-person exploration VR game, which debuts this fall, puts players into the uploaded memory data of a traumatized mental patient.

The E3 2018 trailer for Transference shows that the game has quite a bit of full motion video, where you get to see a man clearly struggling with his mental state. Working in collaboration with Spectrevision, Ubisoft revealed some more information on the game at this year's E3 conference.

The game's story finds the collected brain consciousness of "brilliant-but-troubled" scientist Raymond Hayes and his family forming a frightening digital simulation. The game is being created by Ubisoft Montreal's studio, The Funhouse, while Spectrevision is helping to work on the VR aspect of the title.

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Each will have their own separate playable campaigns, allowing gamers to experience the story from both characters' perspectives. They must work together to survive and get to the bottom of what is behind the terrifying attack.

Transference will be available on VR and traditional gaming platforms when it launches.

It also invites players to escape the limits of techno-psychology as the player's actions determine the fate of the family. Why did Raymond Hayes start this freakish experience, anyway? Recover a fragmented family as you shift back and forth between each individual's perspective and piece together the mystery of their lives. What do you think of Transference?