PROZE: Prologue

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You’ll explore Cold-War era facility, start the PR-03e experiment and find out the origins of the conspiracy that will take you to the events of the main game.

PROZE: Prologue is an immersive VR experience. You’ll have to investigate both the interior and exterior of the base, interact with the environment and solve puzzles. All of that is presented with the latest Unreal Engine 4 graphics and effects.

PROZE: Prologue will be free.PROZE is a VR survival adventure. Set in both past and present, it’s a story of friendship and duty, fear and dignity of the people facing the Soviet government and its echoes. Explore a Cold-War era military research facility, deal with the anomalies, solve the puzzles, and find out the answers.

In PROZE you follow two connected stories. The first one happens in the 1970’s, where a Soviet engineer, who works at a secret research base is discovering its true purpose. The second part takes you to a modern day and is about a group of friends who as well are trying to find out the truth about the facility. Both parties will have to face a massive conspiracy that runs for decades and has left terrible consequences.

The game combines a few genres – it’s an exploration adventure with puzzle and horror elements. All of this made specifically for an immersive VR experience with unique interaction mechanics.Key Features
  • Two connected stories set in both past and present. Discover the secrets of the Soviet military research project and uncover the conspiracy. The plot is partly based on the actual events.
  • Mysterious Cold-War era facilities. Explore the secret area and the nearby forest, filled with anomalies.
  • Made specifically for VR. PROZE offers a virtual reality experience with an immersive atmosphere, detailed spatial audio and realistic interaction mechanics.
  • Complex puzzle design. The game’s puzzles will test your logic, agility and navigation skills.
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System requirements for PC

  • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
  • OS: Windows 7/8.1/10 (64-bit version)
  • Processor: Intel Core i5-6600K or AMD Ryzen 5 1400 or better
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: GeForce GTX 970 4GB / AMD R9 290 4GB or better
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 2 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: Includes native Rift support
  • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
  • OS: Windows 10 (64-bit)
  • Processor: Intel Core i7 or AMD Ryzen 5
  • Memory: 16 GB RAM
  • Graphics: GeForce GTX 1070 8GB / AMD RX Vega 56 8GB
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 2 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: Includes native Rift support
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In Proze: Prologues, we have to solve Puzzles, similar to an Escaperoom. (Tested With the HTC Vive) * Update: The Developers have kindly responded to my Criticisms and taken the Body out of the Game. Now we just see our Hands. This has the great Advantage that the Control now works much better and this Criticism is omitted. Only the Ducking is still disturbing. When we duck in the "real World," the Game takes a little Leap, and we're Face-to-face almost at Ground level. Otherwise, however, it is a big Step in the right Direction The Prologue got very short with just under 15 Minutes, which is why I don't say much about the Content ... The Graphics look pretty and the Puzzles also make a decent Impression. The Setting Has Also succeeded well. However, there are Reduces in the Control. We see our Body, which is "actually" not nauseous, but as soon as we spin a little bit in the real World it just doesn't fit anymore, as the Body doesn't rotate with. This can only be done via Rotation with the Controller. Ergo look our Feet to the left while we run to the right etc ... Even a Step to The side is not recommended, we have to stop in a Spot. With Roomscale and otherwise free Movement, this is really a Horror. Since the Prologue is free, everyone can get a Picture for themselves. So I give a Thumbs-up for Testing, but I won't buy the Game with the current Controls. Should that still be revised, it could become a really interesting Title. Greeting Ziffi Ziffi's Game tips as Curator:
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PROZE: Prologue from SignSine is luckily only a Test that costs nothing, if I have understood it correctly. This is an Adventure, in this Prologue we experience a Fragment of The Prehistory of the Game. UPDATE: After several Testers advised the Developers that the Control with a displayed body does not work properly without a Roomscale, this has now been fixed and the Game can now be controlled as usual in VR! Very good! So a Thumbs up! I'm looking forward to the first Part in November. The Game promises to tell a big Story spread over several Episodes. I hope for a Game that reaches for example The Gallery, let's see. The original Text: The Graphics that the Game offers so far is not bad, everything is very detailed. Unfortunately, however, you cannot interact with every Object, only those that Show a Border when Touching. Nevertheless, there are useless Things that you can take your Hands on, Books for example, then you could have released the rest of The stuff. (Already fixed, therefore no longer up-to-date: It is interesting that we possess a complete Body with Torso and Legs down! Who even move along as soon as we go off. Cool! That brings us to the Control stage. Uncool. This is a GRAUS. Moving continues with the left pad, Turning goes with the right Pad. The Sensitivity on the Pad is set in such a way that one is constantly rotated in the opposite Direction. You can't do that at all! This is totally confusing and annoying. The Game does not own a Roomscale! That is, as soon as we move out of our Center Of play, because, as usual, we turn disastly, it can happen that we have to stand "next to us" and wind awkwardly back into our Bodies. This preset Control is total Cheese. Why do the Developers install such a cumbersome Control system, which makes the Game completely unplayable, because after about 10 Minutes it annoys the fact that you leave the Game quickly. This results in zero Immersion. It's cool to have a complete Body in VR, but if the Developers make such Losses in motion control for It, I can do without it, just like this Game, if it becomes open with this control. It's a real shame, because graphically and storytechnically I already Felt like more ...) More prehistoric Reviews:
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