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Supermassive Games’ ‘The Inpatient’ Delayed Until Next Year

Supermassive Games’ The Inpatient, the PSVR psychological horror game set in the Until Dawn universe, has been hit with a delay. The game, which was revealed at this year’s E3, had been schedulted for release November 21st. That’s all changed now, as the game has been pushed back to January 23 for North America, and January 24 for Europe.

According to PlayStation Europe’s Twitter, the reasoning behind the delay is “to give the development teams extra time to make [The Inpatient] as enjoyable for players as possible”. Odd that they would leave it until the week prior to the game’s original launch date to announce the delay, but what can you do?



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  • Dylan Summers

    I really don’t understand why they’re trying to make it as hard as possible for the Until Dawn franchise to succeed! The original game was a surprise hit (which really was a surprise considering it was a little known exclusive) and instead of following it up with Until Dawn 2 they bring out 2 VR exclusive titles??? People have already lost interest in VR. Just like the Kinect and 3D TV’s it was a novelty.

    The Inpatient is more than likely going to flop because once again hardly anybody knows anything about it and it’s audience is purely the PlayStation VR crowd. Goodbye any chances of what fans really want…Until Dawn 2!

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