Deep End Games has announced that PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions of Perception will come out on June 7. Initially expected for May 30, the console editions have been postponed due to bureaucratic problems unspecified.
Recall that the title was published a week ago for Windows PC that lets us play as Cassie. Perception is a first person horror shooter that puts the player in the role of Cassie, blind girl who must rely on her perceptions to solve some mysteries related to an abandoned estate in New England.
With this, we only have to wait a few hours to enjoy one of those intense adventures, which has as a peculiarity the approach and the way in which the player will have to adapt to the limits of the protagonist.
Perception has been successfully funded on Kickstarter in 2015, raising more than $150,000, after two years of development the game is now available on PC, from tomorrow it will come out on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
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