#E32017 ‘Until Dawn’ Developer Announces Three New Games at E3

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Posted June 14, 2017 by Brett Claxton in Announcements, E3, Gaming News, PS4, PSVR, Trailers

Until Dawn was a surprise hit back in 2015 and spawned the extremely fun PlayStation VR launch title Rush of Blood last year. It would seem that developer Supermassive Games isn’t done making games set in that world either, with the announcement that its new horror game game, The Inpatient, is coming exclusively to PlayStation 4 and PlayStation VR. Not only that but it’s also a prequel to Until Dawn, based 60 years before the events of the game and set in Blackwood Sanatorium.

 

The Inpatient was only one of the games that was shown off by the team though. Bravo Team is one of their other offerings and looks like it’s virtual reality cover shooter that will be exclusive to PlayStation VR. It gives off an old school arcade vibe which is definitely not a bad thing.

 

The final game of their E3 trilogy is an interesting one. Exclusive to the PlayStation 4 Hidden Agenda is an action adventure where you control a detective and a district attorney on the hunt for a serial killer. Much like Until Dawn you’ll have some difficult choices to make, but you won’t have to make them alone.

Using PlayLink others can join in using their iOS or Android smartphones. People can vote for the decision they’d like to see the character do but may also get a “hidden agenda” meaning they’ll be encouraged to try and disrupt proceedings. It’ll be up to the other players to try and make sure that doesn’t happen. You can watch the trailer below.