The Exorcist: Legion VR gets a major visual update on Quest 3

The Exorcist: Legion VR gets a major visual update on Quest 3

The Exorcist: Legion VR is getting its biggest update yet, improving the Quest 3 experience in many ways.


The update brings more than 60 improvements, according to publisher Fun Train. Among them are:

  • Improved visual effects for the crucifix, salt spray, and other exorcist tools, as well as individual environments and rituals.
  • Rooms are now seamlessly connected and no longer load individually.
  • Dynamic shadows and multiple light sources bring the Quest version closer to the PC and console versions.
  • Improved audio for greater realism and immersion.
  • Updated character models and animations for Lucie and the demons Pazuzu, Baal, Abyzou and Ronove, as well as refined hand animations and "many more surprises".
  • New gameplay mechanics such as quick actions for the exorcist's tool kit and a new usage for the salt spray during exorcisms.

The update is free and available to download now.

The Exorcist: Legion VR is available on the Quest Store and runs on all Quest headsets. A Deluxe Edition for Playstation VR 2 was released on the Playstation Store on May 28, 2024. The Exorcist: Legion VR is also available for Steam, Pico and the original PSVR.



A VR horror classic

The horror game was originally released in 2017 for PC VR headsets, and consisted of five short but varied episodes. As a Boston police officer, you investigate a series of supernatural cases, dealing with ancient demons that you must banish from rooms and human bodies using exorcist tools. These include a crucifix, vials of holy water, and a salt spray.

In 2021, the sequel The Exorcist: Legion VR SIN was announced with an optional co-op mode. The VR game has been delayed several times, but is still in development.


Sources: Fun Train