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Grave on Xbox One is a 'non-exclusive agreement', Dev's 'sights firmly set' on PS4

VRFocus - Last week saw Broken Window Studios release a brand new demo for its upcoming virtual reality (VR) compatible survival horror title, Grave. The demo, which allowed Kickstarter backers to experience brand new content from the title, was a sign that the full experience is on track to release in the first quarter of 2015 on PC, Mac and Linux with full support for the Oculus Rift head-mounted display (HMD). An Xbox One version is also set to arrive around the same time, but what about a PlayStation 4 release?

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WeAreLegion1070d ago

Wonderful. Can't wait to play it!

Bathyj1070d ago

Um, clearly I'm not up on everything Xbone, but has MS announce a VR headset for it? How can this game be coming to Xbox?

Muzikguy1070d ago

I don't want to sound like a smart ass, but isn't "compatible" different than "required"? :)

700p1070d ago

Ya this article is pointless.

annus1070d ago

Haven't you heard? They are releasing the game, you just won't be able to see anything.

Spotie1070d ago

I can see how that would be confusing. Originally, I wondered why XB1 rather than PS4 if the game had VR, myself. Frankly, I still don't get why the console with the VR peripheral on the horizon wasn't their first choice.

Gamer19821070d ago

Well they can make a none VR version a lot easier to get funding for the VR version on ps4. Makes sense if you think about it like that.

bababrooks1069d ago

"sights firmly set on ps4" UM..clearly..sure!!!!!? ;)

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TheWatercooler1070d ago

It's only natural that devs want to bring their games to the absolute best console on the market. They are probably already realizing that bringing the game to Xbone was a mistake