Average Playtime: 90 hours

The Exorcist: Legion VR

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The scariest story of all time is now yours to experience, if you dare. Wolf & Wood, the award-winning team behind A Chair in A Room: Greenwater and The Harbinger Trials presents a new virtual adventure in terror.

The Exorcist: Legion VR is a fully interactive, multi-chapter story set in the world created by horror maestro William Peter Blatty. Delve deep into the heart of the supernatural as you learn the trade of demonic exorcism and uncover secrets leading you towards a final confrontation with your darkest, most hidden fears. The Exorcist: Legion VR is part investigation, part exorcism... and all horror. Is your willpower strong enough?

Developed from the ground up for HTC Vive and Oculus, The Exorcist: Legion VR features support for tracked controllers as well as “blink” and “free roam” locomotion options and allows you to change them within the game to give you the most from your experience.

  • Multiple episodes, each featuring a different demonic entity. Buy each subsequent chapter from within the experience and face a new demon using a different weapon. Follow the store page to be notified of new chapters as they release throughout the year.

  • Each exorcism is based on a real case. Realistic, sinister and completely immersive environments hide rich story clues and a variety of unique secrets.

  • Find and use a several trademark exorcism tools as well as hidden “artifacts” that aid you on your quest.

  • Receive cryptic messages from a mysterious stranger who seems to know your every move.

  • Return to the safety of your office at the end of every chapter to assess your performance and continue the story.

  • Each chapter runs approx. 25-30 minutes, allowing you to complete a full exorcism in one session. Replay each chapter for additional secrets, achievements and performance and locate a variety of Easter eggs.

    Chapter 1: October 2017
    Chapter 2: October 2017
    Chapter 3: November 2017
    Chapter 4: December 2017
    Chapter 5: January 2018
Release date
Wolf & Wood Interactive, LTD
LegionVR, LLC
LegionVR, LLC
Age rating
13+ Teen

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows 7 - 64 bit
  • Processor: Intel Core i5 equivalent or greater
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GTX 970 / AMD equivalent or greater
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Storage: 5 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: VR Headset required, 2x USB 3.0 ports, Scaleable roomscale volume on the HTC Vive, Oculus Touch supported
  • OS: Windows 10
  • Processor: Intel Core i7
  • Memory: 16 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GTX 980 / AMD equivalent or greater
  • DirectX: Version 12
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Storage: 10 MB available space
  • Additional Notes: VR Headset required, 2x USB 3.0 ports, Scaleable roomscale volume on the HTC Vive, Oculus Touch supported
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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Afraid of the Dark
Light all the fires and candles.
No Respect
Smash the glass on Father Bell's head.
Complete chapter 4 with 100%.
Lost Little Lamb
Find all the bones of the dead.
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The Exorcist: Legion VR reviews and comments

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Microsoft from Deutsch
In the Exorcist, we take on the Role of a Detective who takes on the Legacy of an Exorcist. In various Chapters, we set off in search of evil armed with Crucifix, Holy Water and other Untensils. To do this, we have to follow in the Footsteps of the Demons, uncover the Background of the Story and solve little Puzzles. The individual Chapters are graphically pretty to look at, the Atmosphere is partly really creepy and the Interactions are also fine. Especially since the Vibration Possibilities of the Controllers are finally used again in order to get on the Gap with Evil. We have access to Both Teleportation and free Movement. However, the Character is a bit "sluggish" on the road. I liked the 3 Chapters so far, there's a great goosebump feeling coming across and each Chapter has its own Creepy environment. Only the Length of the individual Sections is a bit short at 30 Minutes. Although I am not one of the Players who are speeding fast, it took me just 1.5 Hours. With 5,-Euro per Chapter, a "more expensive" Game will come out at some point. Nevertheless, the Game is worth a Look, maybe you get all the Chapters together times in the Sale. Greeting Ziffi Ziffi's Game tips as Curator: http://store.steampowered.com/curator/5837414/
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Microsoft from Deutsch
The Exorcist is not a bad Game, really not. The Graphics are very good and the Interaction Possibilities as well as the Menue/ê are well thought out. The Inventory on the Arm, for example, is almost unique. However, motion Control, in which you determine with your Head where you are moving, even when Teleporting, is very unsuitable for a Game by Having to look around. (Personally, I don't like that at all) It is nice that you can mix Teleport and free Movement. But then this lame Movement speed, although three Variants are available, even the fastest is still very very slow. The Idea of playing a Cop to clear up the perverse horror cases here is very nice. Even the Menu as an Office etc. fit great and look great! I also thought Episode 1 was quite nice, but not really creepy. Episode 2 was no longer at all for me. Maybe I'm too brewed ...? The Length of the Episodes is very short, the second took a little longer-here you can also interact more, but taken together felt a good Hour of Playing time. If all the Episodes are so short, I don't know if it's worth the Game. Unfortunately, the fact that there are no Subtitles makes understanding the Story on which a Horror Game also thrives rather difficult-if you don't understand English. Often the Sound Files are also very distorted from the really story point and are already acoustically difficult to stand, that Subtitles themselves in English would be very helpful. I give a Thumbs up because it's a well-thought-out Game Design, not because I found it terribly creepy.
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