Upcoming survival horror title Grave has released a new set of Kickstarter stretch goals, the first of which teases a PlayStation 4 version of the videogame. Developer Broken Window Studios has promised a port to the console if the campaign reaches $40,000 USD in funding. That said, the campaign, which ends on 28th April 2014, is still hoping to raise its base goal of $30,000, with just over $2,000 left to go. It will launch on PC, Mac and Linux with support for the Oculus Rift virtual reality (VR) headset, with an Xbox One version also confirmed.
The PlayStation 4 stretch goal is the first of a number of new targets posted in the campaign’s final 72 hours. Broken Window Studios hasn’t confirmed if this port would support the Project Morpheus VR headset announced for the system last March. Other stretch goals include $50,000 to expand the title’s open world, $60,000 for online multiplayer and $80,000 and $100,000 for mystery targets.
It was also revealed that Grave is currently ranked 9th on a list of 1,682 titles on Steam Greenlight, meaning that it is very likely to be approved for sale on Valve’s digital story in the near future.
Grave is a first-person survival horror title in which players defend themselves against disturbing monsters that attack at night. Light-based weapons are used to keep enemies at bay if not completely destroy them, with players using day time sections to restock and explore the surrounding environment. If funded, the title is hoping to release in January 2015. VRFocus will continue to follow the title’s progress and report back with all the latest.