Netflix and Tender Claws have announced Stranger Things VR, a new game coming to major VR platforms in Winter 2023 that lets you play as the villainous Vecna and “aveven Eleven and Hawkins.”
Stranger Things VR was revealed during the Stranger Things Day 2022 celebrations with a short teaser that features the grandfather clock, demogorgons, and even an appearance from Eleven.
ever want to spend an AS vecna day? now you can with Stranger Things VR coming Winter 2023 in a VR headset near you! pic.twitter.com/X9gLze9ord
— Stranger Things (@Stranger_Things) November 6, 2022
“Become Vecna in this new Stranger Things VR adventure,” reads the official description. “Become an explorer of unknown realities by training the hive mind and taming the void. Invade minds and conjure up nightmares in your quest to exact revenge on Eleven and Hawkins. Stranger Things VR is an action game/ psychological horror developed by Tender Claws and coming to major VR platforms in Winter 2023.”
For those who may not know, Vecna was the big villain of Stranger Things 4, and you can check out our villain breakdown, the truth about Vecna, and Vecna actor Jamie Campbell Bower breaking it down. the big final moment of season 4, part 2.
Tender Claws has previously worked on games such as Virtual Virtual Reality 1 & 2, The Under Presents, Tempest, Tendar, and George in the Tub.
Stranger Things is not… well… foreign to the world of video games and virtual reality since there has been Stranger Things: The VR Experience, several mobile games, a mobile and console game called Stranger Things 3: The Game, and even a canceled Stranger Things game from the now defunct Telltale games.
For more on Stranger Things, be sure to check out our review of Stranger Things 4, both Part 1 and Part 2, the burning questions we have while we wait for the final season, and why this final season will be very probably shorter than this. a past.
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