Admirably the developers decided to make a difficult decision to postpone the game until Monday after feeling that the game needed a little more polish.
Instead, Grave VR will not launch on October 31st at 12 AM (ooooo, spoooky), so you can still play the game on Halloween.
We're under a week away from the most terrifying day of the year (apart from Mondays, hue-hue) and those of you who own a VR may be getting excited for the release of GraveVR today. Sorry to burst your bubble, folks, but you'll have to wait another day yet.
Just to recap, GraveVR is a first-person survival horror experience set in the arse-end of nowhere. You're alone and without a friend, helping hand, or any weapons, and the sun is about to set. As I mentioned before in a previous article, the visceral side of this horror experience is what makes it brilliant.
Like Slenderman or the Weeping Angels from Doctor Who you can't just hide in a corner and hope the threat with go away. At the same time you've got to pick the right approach to defend yourself – do you use the light to scare the monsters away, or will it just draw them closer to you?
A tweet from Tristan Moore, game designer and co-founder of Broken Windows, let us know that its delay is due to a wait for approval. So long as everything goes to plan we should be able to get our hands on the game tomorrow, the 26th October on HTC Vive.
Prepare your pants for scaring.