After being announced for PlayStation 4 about a month ago, the indie first-person horror game, Perception has been officially announced for Xbox One by developer The Deep End Games. Perception was also previously announced to be coming to PC, so now it is confirmed that each of the three major platforms will be getting the game.
In Perception, players take on the role of Cassie, a young blind woman who has been tortured by nightmares of a haunted mansion. Like any good horror story, Cassie decides to enter the haunted mansion head on with virtually zero regards for her own safety and sets out to use her ultra sensitive hearing to try and solve the mystery. Charge TOWARD that thing that's trying to kill you, right?
The Deep End Games' Creative Director, Bill Gardner addressed the inclusion of the Xbox One platform:
"We didn’t want to leave Xbox One players in the dark—no pun intended—by supporting their console of choice. We’re really excited that Xbox fans will be able to experience the unique world we’ve built in Perception."
Perception does not currently have a release date or window, but as of right now it is due to come out sometime this year.