The Deep End, the game studio founded by former “BioShcok” developers, has announced that it will be releasing a new game for the PlayStation 4. “Perception” is the title of the new horror game in which players take control of a blind woman to escape a haunted mansion.

The Deep End has partnered with Feardemic, a new game publishing label in order to bring “Perception” to the PS4. The game was actually first announced back in 2015, but at the time, details regarding gameplay and story weren’t given. It was also originally being developed for Windows PC, according to Polygon.

“‘Perception’ is a first-person narrative horror adventure that tells the story of Cassie, a blind heroine who uses her extraordinary hearing and razor-sharp wits to unravel the mysteries of an abandoned estate that haunts her dreams,” The Deep End creative director Bill Gardner said in his blog post.

“After months of research, she discovers an abandoned mansion in Gloucester, MA. Once there, Cassie finds that Echo Bluff is worse than her nightmares. A ghostly Presence has tormented its inhabitants over generations, and it now hunts Cassie. She must solve the estate’s mysteries or become one of its victims,” Gardner added.

When players take control of Cassie, they would only be able to “see” their surroundings through echolocation. This is made possible by having Cassie tap here cane. Every sound created in the game will create a visual, so that players can see where they’re going.

The challenge here is that players will be pursued by a creature known as the Presence. Players will have to sneak around the mansion to avoid the Presence, or create distractions using objects. The echolocation mechanic of the game adds to the tension of the game as well, because tapping Cassie’s cane will attract enemies to their location. Like recent first-person horror games, “Perception” will force players to either run and hide from enemies if they’re spotted.

The Deep End launched a Kickstarter campaign for “Perception” back in 2015 but hasn’t revealed an updated release date yet. The game was supposed to start shipping worldwide back in June 2016, according to PlayStation Lifestyle.