The elite squad of United States hotshots Bravo Team think they’re home and hosed: they’ve successfully escorted the president of a fictional Eastern Europe country safely back to her destination, and all that’s left is a pat on the back and a rousing round of ‘Oorah’. But a sudden coup sees the dignitary snatched away, and...
Don't be impatient
We rushed out our previews to get eyeballs on them ahead of impending reviews, but Supermassive Games’ duo of PlayStation VR games The Inpatient and Bravo Team have been delayed into 2018. Originally scheduled to release within the next three weeks, the Until Dawn prequel will now drop on 23rd January in North America and 24th...
There are nameless terrorists to slaughter and you’ve got an ally to help you get the job done: PlayStation VR first-person shooter Bravo Team doesn’t really need much introduction. Built with Sony’s underused but excellent PlayStation VR Aim Controller in mind, our hands on demo is set against the backdrop of a Golden Gate-esque...
Announced back at E3 2017 this year came the arrival of Bravo Team, the first-person PlayStation VR exclusive currently being developed by Supermassive Games — the brains behind PlayStation hits such as Until Dawn, and its soon to be released virtual reality brethren, The Inpatient. Bravo Team’s manifesto offers heart-pumping and...
Call of duty
PlayStation VR co-op shooter Bravo Team will take down tangos from 5th December in North America and 6th December in Europe, with full PlayStation VR Aim Controller support. The shooter – developed by Until Dawn maker Supermassive Games – whisks you away to a fictional Eastern European city, where you’ll need your wits about you...
Bravo Team, the new cover-based PlayStation VR shooter from Supermassive Games, has a really cool concept. Unlike other first-person games which whisk you away to a variety of locales, instead the co-op title is set within a single city. This means that throughout the campaign, you’ll work your way through different districts,...
Will support PlayStation VR Aim Controller
Can someone check in on Guildford-based developer SuperMassive Games and make sure it’s okay? The studio announced three games at Sony’s E3 2017 press conference last night, and must be feeling the heat of an enormous workload right now. One of those games is Bravo Team, a new cover-based shooter for...
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