With help from the St. Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra.
The update will bring “unique themes to improve the gameplay and make it more cinematic,” something the developer said it always wanted. The St. Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra has been brought in to help perform the compositions.
A two-minute preview of a track called “Clock Monster” has been made available which you can listen to below.
In Nevrosa: Escape, players are locked in a laboratory with a strange creature and must find their way out by solving puzzles. Depending on how the game is played, there are multiple endings for players to discover.
The game’s sound manager is being reworked so that it will listen differently, something done to bring balance to the overall VR experience.
This soundtrack update, as well as the recently-announced texture and lighting graphical update, should be rolled out in the next week or two.
Nevrosa: Escape launched last December on Steam for Windows and supports Windows Mixed Reality, Oculus Rift, and HTC Vive.