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Grave Developer Drops Huge Hint For PlayStation 4 Version

Earlier this month indie developer Broken Window Studio released a new demo for the upcoming virtual reality (VR) compatible horror videogame, Grave. At the time the developer confirmed that it was working to bring the title to PlayStation 4 along with the already-announced PC and Xbox One versions. Today designer Tristan Moore has practically confirmed that a PlayStation 4 version is in development, though support for the Project Morpheus head-mounted display (HMD) is yet to be confirmed.


Moore posted two tweets that heavily suggest that Grave is on its way to PlayStation 4.The first message read: “Just going to leave this here conspicuously.” The post was followed with a picture of the PlayStation 4 logo. Following that the developer wrote: “slide this under the door @GraveGame,” again accompanied with a PlayStation 4 image as well as the logo for the Xbox One. The latter platform was confirmed for Grave during its Kickstarter crowd-funding campaign earlier in the year.

Grave is a first-person horror experience in which players explore a desert environment by day and fend off monsters by night. Enemies are weak to light, meaning items such as torches and matches can be used as weapons, with stronger light sources being deadlier. On PC the title features full support for the Oculus Rift HMD. It’s expected to launch in early 2015. VRFocus will share further details about the PlayStation 4 version of Grave when they’re available.

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  1. Cool. It looks like it might be a Morpheus game. Does the Xbox One have a VR project in the works? (Because I doubt he’d develop one for VR and another without).

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