Sony and Supermassive Games announce Bravo Team for PlayStation VR

A first-person shooter set in fictional, modern day Eastern Europe.

Bravo Team

Sony Interactive Entertainment and Supermassive Games announced Bravo Team for PlayStation VR during the Sony E3 2017 press conference. It will launch in 2017.

Here’s an overview of the game, via Sony:

About

Bravo Team is a modern-day, first-person cover shooter made exclusively for PlayStation VR. It has been developed by Supermassive Games, creators of Until Dawn and Until Dawn: Rush of Blood.

Developed with PS VR Aim Controller in mind, Bravo Team drops the player into a fictional modern day Eastern European city. When an escort mission goes wrong and results in the President’s assassination, a country threatens to tear itself apart… and you along with it.

Teamwork is at the core of the game. Bravo Team has been developed to allow both single player and online two player co-op. The player and a teammate must use everything at your disposal to survive.

Key Features

  • Teamwork: Bravo Team has been developed to allow both single player and online 2 player co-op. Verbal communication between players helps to make the decisions you need to survive and avoid (or navigate) enemy detection.
  • Intense Immersive Action: With the feel of an action movie, Bravo Team offers exciting combat situations, multiple scenario outcomes and a seamless, continuous environment to create a wholly immersive experience.
  • Total Control: You’ll need to lean round corners to take out targets or duck for cover if under fire. You’ll raise the PS VR Aim Controller to view through the iron sight or hold above your head to blind fire.
  • Decisions Under Fire: You’ll make constant split-second tactical decisions about when to take cover, when to reload and when to engage. Should you lay down suppressing fire or try a different route? Who takes that new weapon? Players will need to think fast and act quickly to survive.

Watch the E3 2017 trailer below. View a set of screenshots at the gallery.

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