7th guestThe classic puzzle thriller set in a haunted mansion that broke new ground for CD-ROM games is getting a full remake. new version of 7th guest is playable in VR and will stay true to the original game’s story and puzzle-focused gameplay, its creators say.
Players will be able to explore the game’s famous mansion in three dimensions The Seventh Guest VR, developer Vertigo Games said in a presentation shown to the press in May. The remake of the 1993 original will feature puzzles that players will interact with in full 3D VR to solve, as well as ghostly residents that were filmed using volumetric video capture. Expect more believable and interactive ghosts haunting the mansion thanks to real-life actors filmed specifically for VR.
Players can also expect VR-powered optical illusions that weren’t possible in the original game. The makers of the VR remake say the mansion’s rooms will change shape and expand beyond belief.
but expect classic 7th guest The story, as Matthew J. Costello, to remain largely the same. Vertigo Games says it consulted some of the original game’s creators, including developer Trilobite co-founders Rob Landeros and Graeme Devine, for the VR remake.
The Seventh Guest VR Meta Quest 2 will be released for VR headsets – and the newly announced Quest 3 headset later this year – and will logically be supported by other PC VR platforms.
The classic point-and-click FMV version of 7th guest Available in its 25th Anniversary Edition form on PC from Steam and GOG.com.