First broadcast on October 8, entertainment studio black box tv teeth release only short series metaquest tv and meta horizon world with meta quest 2 headset. 360° VR experience”scream parktakes users on a virtual reality horror roller coaster ride just in time for the spooky season.
Meta Quest TV is your VR home. VR headset meta quest A Meta Quest 2 device is required to watch Scream Park. August, Meta raised the price Quest 2 from $299.99 to $399.99 due to high production costs.
Each episode is seven minutes long and includes an “active ride scene” with flashing lights, moving into the spooky clown’s mouth, and twisting turns and spins, so it’s admittedly a bit nauseating. To do. Every episode is preceded by a warning that it is not suitable for sensitive viewers.
At launch, the first four episodes will be released. His remaining four episodes will unfold throughout the fall.
Unlike new slate of games BlackBox TV’s eight-episode series featuring Quest 2, including “Ghostbusters,” “Among Us,” and “Red Matter 2,” offers users non-interactive 360° VR entertainment that blends live-action and CGI worlds is designed to
“The team uses VR gaming technology to build dark, complex, yet relevant stories in the cinematic space,” said producer Tru Collins in a statement. So when the visual effects of 360° VR meet the emotional connection to the story, it affects your gut in a way that 2D entertainment cannot.”
The company said the video was “new to the meta” and that it “was one of the first, to our knowledge, to merge live-action into a CGI world (most of the content is reversed), and that it was It’s an immersive story/vehicle that feels more real than the 2D series,” BlackBox TV told TechCrunch.
“With Scream Park, we are not trying to replicate reality in VR,” said creator and director Tony E. Valenzuela.
While roller coaster game For Meta Quest devices, “Scream Park” is a narrative storytelling video in which characters behave as if they are speaking directly to the viewer.
The Meta Quest 2 exclusive will also feature familiar faces from Netflix’s hit Stranger Things. Grace Van Dien, who played the possessed cheerleader Chrissy in ‘Stranger Things’, will star as Kelly Q in ‘Scream Park’. Another of his live-action characters in the series is ‘American Horror Story’ star Zach Villa as Will.
The robot-like CGI character is voiced by Monique Coleman, who starred in Disney’s High School Musical. Online personality and singer Steve Zaragoza will voice villain Toby Terrific.
“Scream Park” was released on BlackBox TV’senter the scream parkwas first published in YouTube channel Coming out in 2021, it currently has over 680,660 views. The number of channel subscribers is 1.1 million. BlackBox TV claimed that the video’s success led the horror/sci-fi studio to decide to build an entire series in the “Scream Park” universe.
“We are thrilled to continue our journey into Scream Park with our new series and thank Meta for their continued support,” added Valenzuela.
BlackBox TV specializes in VR/360° experiences and was founded by filmmaker Valenzuela. The studio has produced various other series such as ‘Before Scream Park’, ‘Enter Scream Park’, ‘Alan Wake in VR’, ‘The Monster Challenge’, ‘Freddy Krueger’, ‘Lights Out’ and ‘Pennywise’ to Meta. Released to Quest. Dancing clown” etc.
The 360° VR series announcement comes ahead of Meta’s annual conference. Metaconnect, will be held next Tuesday, October 11th. The conference will include the announcement of “Major Updates to Horizon and Avatar Graphics”. Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg wrote in the Instagram caption: as a response to his avatar’s cranky selfies.
Horizon Worlds is experiencing so many performance issues that it is unusable even for Meta employees. The Verge recently reported.