PlayStation VR Titles Bravo Team and The Inpatient Delayed into 2018

PlayStation VR Titles Bravo Team and The Inpatient Delayed into 2018

Supermassive Games' PlayStation VR titles Bravo Team and The Inpatient have been delayed into early 2018.

Yesterday, two upcoming PlayStation VR titles, Bravo Team and The Inpatient, were delayed into 2018.

Sony said in a Twitter post that the delay is to ensure that the development team has the time they need to make the game as enjoyable for PS VR owners as they can.

If you’re unfamiliar with the two titles, The Inpatient is a horror title set in the Blackwood Sanatorium from 2015’s PS4 exclusive, Until Dawn.  The game is not only going to be focusing on horror though, a deep story, as well as player choice, will determine how exactly The Inpatient plays out. The game will contain a slew of different endings that are all the result of how you play.

Bravo Team, on the other hand, is a VR shooter taking place during an escort mission that goes wrong in a  fictional Eastern European city. You’ll have to peak around corners, duck for cover, and take out your enemies alongside your squad. The game will also include online co-op so you can hop into the action with a friend.

Both of the games were revealed this year at E3. Earlier last month, Sony revealed a new PlayStation VR model that’ll include HDR passthrough and some other minor changes.

Bravo Team is now coming to PlayStation VR on March 6, 2018, while The Inpatient will be arriving on January 23. Both titles are being developed by Supermassive Games.