Developer SadSquare’s crowdfunding campaign for the first-person psychological horror game Visage ended this weekend with more than $120,129 CAD (about $90k) in donations. That was enough to unlock a half dozen stretch goals, so in addition to the vanilla PC release, Visage is coming to the PS4 and Xbox One, with support for virtual reality headsets.
Even the scope of the game has changed, with “bigger environments, better animations, better everything,” because while bigger might not necessarily be better, better is objectively better.
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