the player holding a gun in Project: Nightlight

Creepy Survival Horror VR Game, Project: Nightlight, Releasing This Week

The creepy atmospheric survival horror VR game Project: Nightlight is finally releasing this week, after a one-week delay, on March 10 for Steam VR.

This Five Nights at Freddy’s meets Bioshock horror VR title is the brainchild and debut title of Adelaide-based developer Fringe Realities. They’re a small, six-person development team looking to bring as much realistic interactivity into the VR space as possible.

If you’re interested in indie horror games, you may want to check out the deceptively cute horror game Beacon Pines.

You can check out the game’s official reveal trailer below. Keep reading to learn more about the game and how much it costs.

Project: Nightlight Cost & Platforms

Project: Nightlight is a VR-exclusive game and is only available on Steam VR. You can pick it up via its Steam store page for $17.99 USD/£14.99/$26.50 AUD.

Make sure to wishlist it now so you’re notified when it launches on March 10. You can also follow the developer on Twitter to get updates on the game.

Project: Nightlight gameplay of the player punching numbers into a keypad

What Is Project: Nightlight?

Project: Nightlight is an atmospheric horror game that puts you in the role of a nightguard who slowly uncovers the horrifying mysteries of The Department. Of course, you’ll also be chatting away with your co-worker Dave via walkie-talkie. We’re sure he will ask you very kindly to help him out.

It’s a suitably creepy setup that immerses you even further, thanks to the game’s unparalleled level of realistic interactivity. You’ll handle all sorts of objects, from boltcutters to blowtorches, which have been made to feel as realistic as possible. Use everything in your arsenal in order to progress through The Department and discover the truth they’re hiding.

You can actually read all about Project: Nightlight and its impressive level of interactivity in our other article on the game.

If you’re interested in survival horror games or VR in general then you’ll definitely want to check this one out.