Team Junkfish has confirmed that it is interested in bringing its upcoming survival horror title, Monstrum, to PlayStation 4. The title is already heading to PC with support for the Oculus Rift VR headset, but Audio Designer Jaime Cross revealed to VRFocus that the team would like to see it come to the Project Morpheus PS4 VR headset too.
“With Morpheus, I’ve not played it myself but the other person I’m with has been really impressed by it,” Cross said in an interview at the Game Developers Conference (GDC) last week. “So obviously it looks really impressive so if the opportunity arose we’d definitely be interested in doing that. Now obiovusly we’ve only got Oculus but it would be nice to investigate different platforms and stuff like that because if you’ve got multiple platforms you don’t know what people have and everyone’s going to have a certain experience.
“VR is a new thing and it’s an exciting thing, so we don’t want people to be left out just because they have one headset which is different to what we’re developing on,” he concluded.
Monstrum is a first-person survival horror experience in which players try to escape a deserted ship while being pursued by a monster. Players have to hide and avoid the enemy while searching for a way out. The title successfully passed a Steam Greenlight campaign at the beginning of March 2014 and is aiming for a Q3 2014 release. VRFocus will have plenty more on Monstrum, including an interview with Cross, very soon.