Supermassive Games has delayed two of its upcoming PlayStation VR games. Supermassive Games is a popular developer working with Sony Computer Entertainment to bring high quality narrative experiences to consumers. The two games won’t be coming out until 2018. Both games were originally planned for a 2017 release., but Supermassive is supposedly attempting to fully “polish” the two games.
Supermassive Games is perhaps most popular for developing Until Dawn. The Inpatient, take place before Until Dawn. The game currently releases on January 23, 2018 in the US. It releases a day later internationally. The Inpatient takes place in the Blackwood Sanatorium, an important location in the original Until Dawn. Taking place 60 years before the events of Until Dawn, the Inpatient promises to be a “deliciously” horrific experience.
Additionally, The Inpatient uses Until Dawn’s framework as the foundation of its experience. It includes branching narrative choices and varying endings. Through a virtual reality experience, the game forces the player to survive the Sanatorium and find out who you are, as the player has amnesia.
In addition to The Inpatient, Supermassive Games also delayed its release of Bravo Team. Unlike The Inpatient, Bravo Team is a virtual reality first-person shooter. The game release to North American audiences on March 6th, 2018. Conversely, it releases in the UK and Europe, again, a day later.
The game uses a modern Eastern European city as the backdrop for an immersive virtual reality experience. The player experiences the President’s death via an escort mission. You must survive the mission and help restore order to the country’s fleeting emotional structure. It utilizes the PS VR Aim Controller.
Sony Computer Entertainment will be the publisher for both of these virtual reality experiences.
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