Exactly when it will be coming to those systems will be determined by the success of the game’s crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter. The team is looking for £250,000 to have it finished by the end of 2016 with virtual reality headset support included.
That money will be put towards getting more hands on deck, so to speak, allowing the development time to not only be sped up but also give the game more polish than it might have otherwise.
Allison Road takes place inside a small suburban house in which you wake up at night alone to hear a ruckus from the family living above you. Shortly after, as you explore, disturbing events start to occur, such as the walls bleeding and banging on the doors of empty rooms… or so you think.