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Desert nightmare Grave is coming to the Xbox One


3:30 PM on 04.12.2014



The Oculus-supported surrealist hellscape Grave will be coming to Xbox One in addition to the planned 2015 PC, Mac, and Linux releases, Destructoid has confirmed. The horror game, which features a rapid day and night cycle with changing terrain every sun up, is currently in the midst of Kickstarter campaign to help with development.

Despite being a year away, I enjoyed what I played of Grave during GDC. Though having the Oculus on did help with the sensory deprivation, it's not necessary to play with an Oculus (hence the Xbox One release, assumedly).








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