Official Twin Peaks VR To Be Previewed At David Lynch’s Festival Of Disruption

Would you like to live inside a dream? Here’s your chance.

An official interactive Twin Peaks VR experience covering all three seasons and Fire Walk with Me is in the works! Attendees of the Festival of Disruption in Los Angeles next week will get an exclusive first look inside the virtual reality version of David Lynch and Mark Frost’s dream.

Twin Peaks VR Preview: The Red Room

Official Twin Peaks VR (Virtual Reality) Red Room

Bringing life to the world of TWIN PEAKS like never before, Twin Peaks VR includes iconic moments and settings from 2017’s 18-part limited event series TWIN PEAKS, as well as the original landmark television series. Utilizing lines and sounds from the show itself, players will travel to Glastonbury Grove, only to end up in the puzzling Red Room. Fans of the series will follow in the footsteps of Special Agent Dale Cooper and try to make their way back into the life they left behind.

Twin Peaks VR Preview: Glastonbury Grove

Official Twin Peaks VR (Virtual Reality) Glastonbury GroveTwin Peaks VR is officially licensed by Showtime and currently being developed for HTC vive and Oculus Rift by Collider Games, an extension of Collider Cryptomedia. The interactive game will not be available on Steam until 2019, but gee whiz, are we ready for this!

Get a first look at Twin Peaks VR at the Festival of Disruption in L.A. on October 13-14, 2018. Tickets start at $55 and are available here.

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Written by Pieter Dom

Founder and curator of Welcome to Twin Peaks since 2011. Bobsessed since March 1991.


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    • Ah, this absolutely leaves me feeling conflicted. It looks beautiful and well made…I tried pitching this whole ‘Twin Peaks VR’ back in 2001 using VRML, some guy called Eli Roth said that he’d show it to DL on my behalf. Apparently it didn’t interest him. Funnily enough, I created ‘The Red Room’ , ‘The room above the convenience store’ , ‘Glastonbury Grove’. PC power back in 2001 wasn’t great, but the VRML environments doubled up as 3D chat rooms and fans of the show via a site called The Twin Peaks Gazette run by someone called Jordan, seemed to like my versions of the show’s locations.
      So on the one hand, I’m delighted that Twin Peaks VR has become something that looks closer to what I wanted, were it not for the chasm of unavailable technology back in the day…on the other hand, I KNEW I was doing something really original, even named the bloody thing Twin Peaks VR, just needed someone connected with the show to take an interest. Here’s some video evidence

  1. Twin Peaks VR is finally listed in the Steam catalogue today and will be available for purchase soon. The screen captures look fantastic.

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