Just a day after getting confirmation for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim for Nintendo Switch, the fantasy RPG is now headed for VR devices. Bethesda has previously confirmed VR releases for both Fallout 4 and Doom, but no-one had predicted that Skyrim was also in line for the same treatment. This game is ideal for VR and will be a nice addition to PlayStations library in general.
The Inpatient comes from developers Supermassive, who did an excellent job of portraying the kind of teenage drama that can only occur in a perfectly-cheesy horror movie.
Zooming in on The Inpatient's cryptic trailer when the screen shows a painting of a building - presumably the building the game is set in - and the sign outside reads "Sanatorium". This is a military FPS, although unlike existing rivals like Vive title Onward, Supermassive's game will be character and plot driven.
"Bravo Team is set in a fictional modern day Eastern European city".
This is exactly what it looks like, as unusual as that may seem: a fishing sim set in the world of Final Fantasy XV.
Like Star Child this is another third person platformer, which is not as odd an idea as it sounds.