Recently, HTC went to Chicago to visit the studio of Phosphor Games, who are the developers of the HTC Vive-compatible VR game The Brookhaven Experiment. The HTC Vive is a VR headset developed by HTC in partnership with the Valve Corporation, allowing the HTC Vive to be compatible with Steam’s virtual reality games.
The Official Logo on the game’s Steam page
In HTC’s mini behind-the-scenes video, Phosphor Games showed off the technology it took to develop the virtual reality horror game for the HTC Vive, including segments featuring motion capture, 3D modeling, and beta testing live in their studio. Some key members of Phosphor Games also shared their philosophy on making games and even briefly discussed the immersive storyline of The Brookhaven Experiment. The video ends with a few remarks from the people who were able to try out a working version of the game itself. The Brookhaven Experiment is available for pre-order on Steam for Php 499.95, and will require the HTC Vive VR headset.