Delay of Dark Pictures: Switchback VR to 16th March.
Supermassive Games recently announced a three-week delay for their upcoming virtual reality game, Dark Pictures: Switchback VR. Originally expected to be released as a launch title for the PlayStation VR 2 headset on February 22nd, the developer has opted to push back the release date to March 16th in order to ensure the best experience possible.
Dark Pictures: Switchback VR is an ambitious project that will take players through five terror-filled rollercoaster routes based on The Dark Pictures franchise. Supermassive Games is committed to releasing the most polished and terrifying experience possible, and the delay is to ensure that the game meets their standards.
The game is one of 37 PlayStation VR 2 titles that are expected to be released between the headset’s launch and the end of March. Fans of the franchise have expressed excitement for the game, and are patiently waiting for the release date. Supermassive Games has expressed their appreciation for the patience and enthusiasm of their fans.
Dark Pictures: Switchback VR is a spiritual successor to Supermassive Games’ previous virtual reality rail-shooter, Rush of Blood. The game will feature branching worlds, and will require players to make decisions that will affect the outcome of the game.
The delay for Dark Pictures: Switchback VR is a positive sign that Supermassive Games is dedicated to providing the best possible experience. The game is expected to be released on March 16th, and fans of the franchise are eagerly awaiting the game’s release.