Grave Coming To The Xbox One Next Year

Grave is a first person “surrealist survival horror” game that’s being developed by Broken Window Studios. Just recently Microsoft approved the company for it’s independent publishing program, ID@Xbox, and the desert themed game is set to be released on Xbox One, PC, Mac, and Linux next year. Grave’s kickstarter campaign has attracted $9,349 or it’s $30,000 goal, there is only 13 days left to go on the kickstarter.

You can get an Xbox One version of Grave if you backed the project for $25 or more.

Here is the official description of Grave right from the Kickstarter page.

“Grave is an open-world, surrealist survival horror experience where light is your only weapon in a constantly changing reality.”

It has been announced that Grave will have Oculus Rift support but it is not known if you’ll be able to use Oculus Rift on the Xbox One just yet. This might only be a PC exclusive feature. Broken Window Studios was asked if Grave could possibly come to the Playstation 4 or other consoles. Here is what they had to say.

“We can’t make any additional console announcements at this time, but we are actively pursuing additional consoles and will make announcements as we are able.”

Broken Window’s goal is to “scare the crap out of players, and have a dynamic changing world.”

It’s a great goal to have but it remains to be seen if this game will deliver on it’s promise.

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Author: Drakulus

I'm a hardcore gamer that enjoys every type of genre there is. I'm also a father of four kids, two girls and two boys, and love to write about whatever pops into my head.

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