<i>Child\u2019s Play<\/i> has been such an iconic series for horror fantastic. Chucky is easily one of the most recognizable horror-movie villains, known for his Good Guy attire and terrifying knife. Oh, and he\u2019s beloved for his sharp tongue and memorable one-liners.\r\n\r\nThere have been so many of these movies over the years, and it doesn\u2019t look like this will stop any time soon. The reboot of <i>Child\u2019s Play<\/i> is set to debut on June 21, 2019. That\u2019s just a couple of weeks away.\r\n\r\nIn celebration of this release, a <i>Child\u2019s Play VR<\/i> game is being made. It officially launches this month on the 12th, and gives fans of the series the chance to experience Chucky in an immersive environment like never before.\r\n\r\nThere are quite a few devices that will be compatible with this VR horror-slasher, including Oculus, Gear VR, and HTC Vive headsets. If you don\u2019t have any of them, that\u2019s perfectly okay because <i>Child\u2019s Play VR<\/i> will be available on YouTube and Facebook thanks to the 360-degree feature that both platforms support.\r\n\r\nhttps:\/\/youtu.be\/kiYleLqires\r\n\r\nIf you\u2019re a fan of the series or want to experience Chucky in a whole new way, this announcement is exciting. It should build hype for the movie and let us take a deeper look at the crazy killer doll.\r\n\r\nThe setting of the game revolves around the store, Zedmart. It\u2019s heavily featured in the movie and the destination of where these dolls are sold. A demented Chucky is on the loose, who will kill anyone that gets in his way.\r\n\r\nFor now, it looks like this VR game will have a rail-like experience \u2014 where users are taken through various sections of Zedmart. Users will have the ability to swivel their head in any direction, though. You can only imagine the suspense players will have as they await for Chucky to pop out with his large knife.\r\n\r\nWe\u2019ve seen this happen time and time again in the movies. Being able to take part in this adventure is amazing and should give new meaning to the franchise as a whole. That\u2019s not all.\r\n\r\nThe director Dan Clifton hinted at a more immersive experience in the future, where users can actually walk freely around the store. They\u2019ll be able to pick up whatever toy or object they want, including Chucky. Talk about a terrifying experience.\r\n\r\nOn paper, this is a brilliant move to build buzz for the reboot of <i>Child\u2019s Play<\/i>. It\u2019s looking to be quite a creepy film, featuring the iconic voice of Mark Hamill. Hopefully, this VR title lives up to the hype and does the soon-to-follow movie justice.