Though successfully passing its Kickstarter campaign, upcoming virtual reality (VR) compatible videogame Grave fell just short of a stretch goal for a PlayStation 4 version. The title is currently set to arrive on PC, Mac and Linux with support for the Oculus Rift VR headset and has even been confirmed for the Xbox One, enjoying a strong showing on the platform at E3 2014 in June. That said, developer Broken Window Studios has recently revealed that it is ‘still pursuing’ a PlayStation 4 version of the title.
The team revealed as much in two updates for Grave on its official website. The first, based on the Kickstarter campaign, read:” We nearly hit our stretch goal for PS4 development, which was disappointing. The team all appreciate that this is an important goal and so we are still pursuing avenues to gain the ability to release on PS4. All updates will be posted as they develop.”
Another post, detailing the developer’s showing at E3 noted that “We managed to meet up with Sony while at E3 to discuss bringing Grave to the PS4. Nothing is confirmed, but we are moving in a good direction! Watch this space.”
It certainly sounds like a PlayStation 4 version of the title is still possible, then. The developer didn’t mention if such a release would include support for the Project Morpheus VR headset as well. Grave is an open-world first-person horror title in which players use light-based weapons to fend off in-human enemies that attack their settlements at night. The title is due for release in early 2015.
VRFocus will continue to follow Grave‘s progress, reporting back with any more updates on its development.