Developer Supermassive Games has announced that it has delayed the release of its two upcoming PSVR titles, The Inpatient and Bravo Team.
Both titles were scheduled for release this year on Sony’s virtual reality gaming headset, but will now arrive in early 2018.
The Inpatient release date has been pushed to January 23, 2018 in North America and January 24 in Europe. Meanwhile, Bravo Team has been delayed to March 6, 2018 and a date later in PAL regions.
Supermassive unveiled both games alongside Hidden Agenda back at E3 2017. That title successfully launched in the U.S. last month and will launch in Europe on November 22, 2017.
The Inpatient takes place in the same universe as Until Dawn, although the story unfolds in the 1950s in the spooky Blackwood Sanatorium.
Bravo Team meanwhile takes the form of a co-op first-person shooter.
“Trapped in hostile territory, you and your teammate are totally surrounded. Only cool thinking in the heat of battle will see you through to the end of your mission – so take up variety of shotguns, pistols and automatic weapons, duck into cover and make every shot count,” says the official burb.
Supermassive Games achieved critical and commercial success with Until Dawn, the teen horror released on PlayStation 4 back in summer 2015.
The studio followed up the horror title with Until Dawn: Rush of Blood for PSVR, which takes the form of an on-the-rails shooter. The game was recently added to PlayStation Plus for November’s free games lineup.
Despite the success of Until Dawn however, the studio has said that it has no plans to develop a full sequel.
Until Dawn was originally in development for the PS3 as a PlayStation Move title, where it was conceived as a first-person horror game.