The Invisible Hours, the complex murder mystery developed only for virtual reality by Tequila Works and published by GameTrust, will be present at NEXT during the prestigious Festival de Cannes 2017.
NEXT is the innovation hub of the festival’s Le Marché du Film, and this year it is focused on the technology leap offered by virtual reality on the narrative and storytelling fields. The Invisible Hours will be on display throughout the festival, from May 17 through May 21 at Palais -1, Aisle 14.
“We feel honored to be part of Le Marché du Film,” comments Raúl Rubio, CEO & Creative Director at Tequila Works. “NEXT constitutes a celebration of how technology is changing the rules of storytelling, and that is what we aim to achieve with The Invisible Hours.”
The Invisible Hours experience plays like an elaborate immersive theater production, which can only be realized through a virtual reality game. Players freely explore an intricate web of interwoven stories within a sprawling mansion in order to untangle a dark truth.
The Invisible Hours will be available later this year for Oculus Rift, PlayStation VR, and HTC Vive. For more information, visit the game’s project page.