We may just see a new VR game from the makers of Until Dawn: Rush of Blood and Bravo Team yet.
In an interview with Russian site 4PDA, as translated by Google, Supermassive Games executive director Pete Samuels apparently stated that the developer was “working on several unannounced PS-exclusives.” Samuels wouldn’t give any details about these projects, though.
We’ve got our fingers crossed that this means Sony and Supermassive are continuing to explore VR gaming together. Supermassive developed one of PSVR’s best launch titles in Until Dawn: Rush of Blood, though it somewhat stumbled this year with the good-not-great The Inpatient, which was a prequel to the horror series it made its name on. It also released military Bravo Team, a game which got a critical kicking at launch but vastly improved with a recent patch.
It’s also possible that the team is finally working on a full sequel to the original Until Dawn, which didn’t support VR. If that’s the case, we’re hoping that some sort of optional support is included at the very least.
Currently, Supermasive is working on its first multiplatform game in a while, The Dark Pictures. That’ll be an ongoing development for some time, but the studio is capable of developing more than one game at a time. Hopefully, its next VR game will accumulate everything it’s learned in the field thus far to create something truly memorable.