Roughly three months after it was first released on PC, Deep End Games announced two new game modes is the works for Perception. The developers broke the good news on Twitter today, also teasing some future developments for the company.
“TONS of updates coming to Perception very soon. Including TWO NEW MODES,” Bill Gardner, Creative Director at Deep End Games, wrote on his page. The tweet is accompanied by a photo showing the new additions to the difficulty of the game: ‘Story’ mode, which is for those who just want to enjoy the narrative of the game; and ‘Scary’ mode, which encourages challenge-seekers not to die lest they be taken all the way back to the beginning.
TONS of updates coming to Perception very soon. Including TWO NEW MODES! pic.twitter.com/toAOqYsgHa
— BG – Bill Gardner (@GameOnGardner) July 21, 2017
Perception Update: Game Documentary Coming Soon
But the “tons of updates” apparently doesn’t end there. While these are likely centered around Perception including patches, updates, and probably some DLC, Dual Shockers notes that some of their recent Twitter posts were about a project in a different medium. The studio Gameumentary is set to create a documentary exploring Perception and the people behind it, making Deep End the second dev team to be covered by the filmmakers.
Gameumentary announced in a tweet they’ll start producing the documentary on Boston on August 6 for a September release.
— Gameumentary (@gameumentary) July 24, 2017
Published by Feardemic, Perception lets players assume the role of Cassie, a blind woman who uses her extraordinary hearing and razor-sharp wits to unravel the mysteries of a spooky New England mansion that haunts her dreams. The mansion is haunted by several spirits – including an especially evil one called the Presence. Players will find their way around by tapping Cassie’s cane to “see” via echolocation while trying not to make too much noise that will attract the ghostly force.
Its PC version was launched on May 30, followed by its PlayStation 4 and Xbox One release on June 6. Perception is set to be released on Nintendo Switch as well, but there’s no word yet as to when that exactly is. In the meantime, we’d like to what you think of the latest Perception update. Leave your comments below!
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