Broken Window Studios has confirmed that its upcoming survival horror title, Grave, has been successfully Greenlit on Steam. This means that the title will be available for download on Valve’s digital store come full release. The campaign lasted for around a month before being approved along with 74 other indie projects in the latest batch of Greenlight approvals. The title is set to arrive on PC, Mac and Linux with full support for the Oculus Rift virtual reality (VR) headset.
“The game still has development left, so we’re pushing for a launch in early 2015,” the developer wrote in a Greenlight update. “Right now, we’re expecting a simultaneous launch of Xbox One and Steam. If we get approved for any additional consoles we will add that to the schedule as well, but as a game that started on PC we’re strongly committed to making that version, as well as Mac and Linux, on Steam. This is a great moment for us and we can’t wait to get the game to the public!”
Grave is a first-person experience in which users explore a remote setting by day and defend their home from monstrous creatures by night. The title uses light based weapons such as matches and torches to fight off foes, some of which can be destroyed with others merely kept at bay. The title recently completed a successful Kickstarter campaign, securing over $30,000 USD in funding to help development.
Grave is set to arrive on Xbox One, PC, Mac and Linux. A PlayStation 4 version was listed as a Kickstarter stretch goal by wasn’t reached before the campaign’s closure. VRFocus will continue to follow the project and report back with all the latest news.