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ARTE Brings Poetic VR Project ‘Gloomy Eyes’ to Quest, Rift & Vive

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ARTE Brings Poetic VR Project ‘Gloomy Eyes’ to Quest, Rift & Vive

Paris-based publisher and co-producer ARTE, along with French co-producer Atlas V, writers and directors Fernando Maldonado and Jorge Tereso (3DAR) and co-writer Santiago Amigorena, announce the upcoming launch of their three-part VR series, Gloomy Eyes. The award-winning project is coming to Oculus Quest, HTC Vive and Oculus Rift, on February 14 for $14.99.

The animated story, narrated by Tahar Rahim (French version), Colin Farrell (English version), Max Riemelt (German version) or Jorge Drexler (Spanish version), depicts the poetic love story between a zombie boy and a human girl in a sunless town.

When the sun grew tired of humanity, it hid, never to rise again. This darkness awoke the dead from their graves. In the midst of chaos, a zombie kid named Gloomy and a mortal girl, Nena, fall in love and form a deep connection that not even the most powerful man in town can destroy. Together, the star-crossed lovers from different planes of existence may hold the key to bring light to the endless night.

Having won several awards from prestigious interactive and film festivals including Sundance 2019, SXSW 2019, Annecy 2019 and NewImages 2019, Gloomy Eyes is now ready to meet its public on Oculus Quest, HTC Vive and Oculus Rift.

Written and directed by Argentinians Fernando Maldonado and Jorge Tereso, co-written by Santiago Amigorena (Ghetto intérieur, The Good Old Daze and Back to Burgundy), co-produced by ARTE France, Atlas V, 3DAR, Ryot, HTC Vive Originals, Viveport, with the support of CNC, Unity, Sacem, Rhône-Alpes Cinéma, Procirep, this poetic and magical 360-degree experience inspired by Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas will immerse you in the very center of the action.

Gloomy Eyes is currently available for Viveport Infinity subscribers and will be released in its 6 DOF version on Oculus Quest, HTC Vive and Oculus Rift on February 14. A 360 version of the full experience will also be available on ARTE Cinema’s official YouTube channel without charge.

Learn more at www.arte.tv/videogames.

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