Grave, A Survivalist Horror Experience, Is Coming To Xbox One
This one is for Tody. The man loves his survivalist horror adventures, with The Forest being his new main squeeze for this very reason. So you’d expect him, and few other thousand people around the world, to get excited by a new horror title called Grave.
Well, he probably still will. He just won’t be playing it on a PlayStation.
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Grave is a new survivalist horror experience from developers Broken Window Studios is heading to Xbox One via the company’s ID@Xbox program. If you have a keen memory, the only real requirement for the program is that developers release the game on Xbox simultaneously with any other planned platform. So don’t stress, Grave isn’t an exclusive.
The title is also coming to PC and Linux in 2015, launching on the same day as Xbox One. The game’s Kickstarter campaign has attracted just $9,349 of its $30,000 goal, although it still has a good two weeks to go. Backers who contribute $25 or more will receive a copy of the game as well…on Xbox One.
The game is said to also support the Oculus Rift in order to provide the true immersive experience, although this is seemingly only for the PC version. The Xbox One doesn’t play nice with the Oculus, probably because Microsoft is busy with their own VR hardware.
As for the game itself, there isn’t that much on it, but be sure to check out its Kickstarter page for a better look at it. And hey, if you like it, throw money at it.
I swear that’s like a song or something.