Remember Until Dawn, the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Move-exclusive horror game announced at the 2012 Gamescom conference? Well, it looks like Sony and developer Supermassive haven't given up on it just yet.
Sony recently filed a trademark for Until Dawn, indicating that it at least intends to hold onto the property. Since its announcement in 2012, Sony hasn't said much about the game, except that it had been delayed past its initial 2013 release date.
We do know the basic premise of the game, however. It's meant to emulate teen-horror films and the developer has hired Hollywood talent to write the game's story. You use the PS Move controller as a flashlight, illuminating paths as you fight for survival throughout a night filled with enemies and danger.
Sony has yet to give any official reason for the delay. But considering how long it's been since we've heard about the game, and given PS Move's compatibility with Sony's VR headset for PlayStation 4, Project Morpheus, it seems possible that a PS4 redo is in the works. Although this is purely speculation, I'd love to see what Until Dawn would look like on the Morpheus.
Would you play a game like Until Dawn on the Morpheus with PS Move controllers? Let us know in the comments!
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