Yesterday it was strongly suggested and today it’s be officially confirmed: upcoming virtual reality (VR) compatible horror title Grave is coming to the PlayStation 4 alongside PC and Xbox One next year. The news comes after developer Broken Window Studios confirmed that it had its sights set on a PlayStation 4 version of the title following a Kickstarter crowd-funding campaign that raised enough money for the PC, Mac, Linux and Xbox One versions of the title.
Despite the announcement, the developer is still yet to mention if the PlayStation 4 version of Grave will support the Project Morpheus VR head-mounted display (HMD). On PC the title has already confirmed support for the Oculus Rift HMD. The videogame is currently aiming for an early 2015 release, meaning it will likely arrive before Project Morpheus’ own release, although post-launch support will of course be one option for the developers to take.
Grave is a first-person experience in which players use daylight to explore their desert surroundings and upgrade their settlement. At night monsters will appear, with players using light-based weapons to defend themselves. Smaller items such as matches will only hold the enemy at bay while larger ones will deal more damage. The developer recently released a demo for those that backed Grave on Kickstarter earlier in the year.
VRFocus will continue to follow Grave‘s progress as it moves towards launch, reporting back with any further updates.