A new PlayStation VR title has been unveiled on the PlayStation Blog, and it looks pretty interesting. Torn is described as a "dark sci-fi mystery" and takes inspiration from shows like Black Mirror and The Twilight Zone.

You'll be navigating the large house of a physicist who mysteriously disappeared decades ago, and in doing so will discover a whole host of strange contraptions. Neill Glancy, Creative Director of New IP at Aspyr Media, puts it best:

"It’s a narrative game, so we don’t want to spoil too much of the story for you yet. What we will say is that Torn takes place in the mansion of a physicist who disappeared 64 years ago. The mansion brims with strange, Willy Wonka-like machines haphazardly installed into its walls and floors. The question is what are they for? And, more importantly, what happened to the people who built them?"

Glancy goes on to say that the studio brought in some top talent to help get the game in shape. The story is penned by Susan O'connor, who previously worked on BioShock and Tomb Raider, while the soundtrack is composed by Garry Schyman, who created the music for BioShock and Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor.

It looks like it could be quite a compelling VR experience, so we're looking forward to its release this Spring. What do you make of Torn? Immerse yourself in the comments below.

[source blog.us.playstation.com, via youtube.com]