Supermassive Games has delayed two of its upcoming PSVR titles originally expected for Q4 releases, Bravo Team and The Inpatient. Both games are now set to launch in Q1 of 2018.
Bravo Team, a cover-based shooter, was originally slated to launch December 5th; and The Inpatient, a prequel to the Until Dawn franchise, on November 21st.
According to a PlayStation Europe tweet, The Inpatient will now launch next year on January 24th, and Bravo Team on March 7th. The company says the delay is to “give the development teams extra time to make the games as enjoyable for players as possible.”
The release dates for #PlayStationVR titles The Inpatient and Bravo Team have moved.
The Inpatient will now launch on 24th Jan and Bravo Team will launch on 7th March.
The delay is to give the development teams extra time to make the games as enjoyable for players as possible.
— PlayStation Europe (@PlayStationEU) November 10, 2017
Taking on the role of a patient with amnesia, you find yourself on familiar ground, the Blackwood Sanatorium from Until Dawn. In an effort to recall lost memories and discover who you are, you’re given choices on how to interact with characters that will ultimately shape how the story unfolds as you witness the horrific events of the sanatorium’s final days. Check out our hands-on here.
Bravo Team is a cover-based FPS built with constant forward movement in mind. Featuring both single player and two-player online co-op, you battle in a fictional modern-day city in Eastern Europe, that promises to test both your shooting and tactical skills. The game supports both PS Move and dualshock 4 controller. Because it’s a cover-based game, locomotion is essentially on-rails, meaning you’ll have to figure out how to get good angles on enemy targets and dial in on your shooting ability to move forward.