Release Dates For The Inpatient and Bravo Team Announced

Release Dates For The Inpatient and Bravo Team Announced

In a recent announcement, Sony Australia has revealed the release dates for upcoming PlayStation VR games, The Inpatient, and Bravo Team.

For those unfamiliar with the titles, here’s a little breakdown of them both.

The Inpatient is a horror game set in the Blackwood Sanatorium (as seen in PS4 title, Until Dawn) back in the 1950s. The game takes the player back to a time in which the facility was in its prime, and in which they were the patient. As the patient, the player has no knowledge of who they are, or how they got to the facility. Much like the gameplay structure seen in Until Dawn, player choices and the consequences they may face, are integral to the game’s playstyle and narrative.

Throughout The Inpatient, players are tasked with investigating the facility in order to recall their lost memories, eventually unfolding the story of who they are.

You can take a look at the new story trailer below:

The Inpatient will be available for Australians in stores and on the PlayStation Store from the 22nd of November.

Bravo Team is a first-person cover-based shooter built on the foundations of teamwork. There will be single player and online two-player co-op for players to choose from should they choose to enter the battlefield.

Set in a fictional modern-day city in Eastern Europe, players can expect to be put right into the heat of battle in an intense firefight that promises to test both your shooting and tactical combat skills.

Utilising the Aim controller, players are able to feel every shot they make as they try out the variety of weapons the game has to offer, truly immersing them in the experience.

For those not brave enough to use the Aim controller, the game will be fully compatible with the standard Dualshock 4 and PS Move controllers.

You can have a look at the E3 reveal trailer below:

Bravo Team will be available for Australians in stores and on the PlayStation Store from the 6th of December.

Tegan began gaming with her father when they would play Street Fighter together on her Nan’s PlayStation. Since then she has fallen in love with indie games, AAA games (I’m looking at you Tekken) and everything in between. Starting off as a console player, and more specifically an Xbox player, Tegan has now recently begun her new gaming ventures on PC. You can find her playing dating sims on Steam @carrotphernelia if you so wish.