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Organ Quarter Pays Homage To 90s Horror Games, Out Now On PSVR 2 & Quest

Organ Quarter on PSVR 2

Inspired by Resident Evil and Silent Hill, Organ Quarter brings more survival horror to PSVR 2 and Quest 2, and it's available now.

First released in 2017 on PC VR, Organ Quarter takes inspiration from classic 90s horror games. Developed by Outer Brain Studios, the team calls this a "long-form horror adventure" that takes place over 5-8 hours as you explore a nightmarish urban landscape corrupted by an infectious disease. It supports headset and controller haptic feedback on PSVR 2, and you can watch the launch trailer below:

Here's an official story description, courtesy of publisher Amata Games:

Uncover what has gripped and twisted the Organ Quarter. Over weeks and months of isolation in your apartment, something has happened to the city. It has become infected. Everything has become twisted by a disease that may or may not have a motive. Explore a city that has become a wasteland and body-horror nightmare, full of surreal puzzles and grotesque beings.

Organ Quarter is available now on the Meta Quest platform via App Lab, PSVR 2 and PC VR via Steam for $24.99.

Note: This article was first published on May 9 and republished on May 26 with edits to the headline and article to reflect the game's later release on Quest 2.

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