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The Paranormal Activity movie series may be over after the upcoming 3D-infused Ghost Dimension entry, but it will live on in virtual reality. VRWERX announced today that it will be bringing its VR Paranormal Activity game to select AMC theaters in major markets this weekend, October 22 to 24, coinciding with the release of the new film. Even more intriguing, the demo will be powered by HTC's Vive Steam VR headsets. We still don't have specifics on the game yet, but judging from the Paranormal Activity series so far, you can expect plenty of jump scares and creepiness right on the edge of your field of vision. The game likely won't reach the dramatic heights of Paranormal Activity 3 (which is seriously great), but as far as horror franchises go, it's pretty much built for VR. The finished game will be available next spring on PlayStation VR and Oculus, and non-VR versions will be coming to Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Steam. Check out a list of the 15 participating theaters after the break.

  • AMC Loews White Marsh 16 - Baltimore, MD
  • AMC Neshaminy 24 - Bensalem, PA
  • AMC Loews Boston Common 19 - Boston, MA
  • AMC Century City 15 - Century City, CA
  • AMC Bay Street 16 - Emeryville, CA
  • AMC Town Square 18 - Las Vegas, NV
  • AMC Loews Alderwood Mall 16 - Lynnwood, WA
  • AMC Tysons Corner 16 - McLean, VA
  • AMC Mesquite 30 with Dine-In Theatres - Mesquite, TX
  • AMC Empire 25 - New York, NY
  • AMC Orange 30 - Orange, CA
  • AMC Mission Valley 20 - San Diego, CA
  • AMC Metreon 16 - San Francisco, CA
  • AMC Mercado 20 - Santa Clara, CA
  • AMC Universal CityWalk 19 - Universal City, CA

Source: VRWERX
In this article: ParanormalActivityVR, Vive, VR
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