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Until Dawn: Rush of Blood (VR)

Rating Summary

Based on 40 critic reviews
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OpenCritic Rating

72

Top Critic Average

41%

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Game Information

Available on:PlayStation VROct 13, 2016

Developer: Supermassive Games

Genre: Horror

Until Dawn: Rush of Blood is an all-new game being created exclusively for PlayStation VR. It isn’t Until Dawn DLC, nor a sequel to Until Dawn. We’re incredibly excited to be developing for Playstation VR as this allows us to bring games to the Playstation 4 with a level of immersion and a presence never before experienced by players. As a descent into madness, Until Dawn: Rush of Blood takes you on a terrifying ride of thrills and scares in a fast-paced arcade-style shooter. Prepare for Until Dawn: Rush of Blood, the (last?) Ride of Your Life!

Where to Buy

Amazon
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IGN

6 / 10.0
IGN

Even as a mere horror-flavored rail shooter lacking in any serious scares, Until Dawn: Rush of Blood isn’t terrible. Responsive, arcade-style shooting, the frequency of collectibles, optional side passages that add some sense of exploration to the linear rollercoaster, and an end-of-level letter grade system offer plenty of casual replayability. Coupled with its smooth, motion-based controls, and barring some of its weaker stages, Rush of Blood actually makes for a decently fun ride.

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A rather staid lightgun game, with unexciting action and a lack of genuine horror. But the tech works well and the future potential is obvious.

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Horrifically brilliant, Until Dawn: Rush of Blood is simultaneously what you want and don’t want VR horror to be. A blood-drenched fairground ride of cackling delight. Step right up.

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Rush of Blood is an unexpected direction for the follow-up to Until Dawn, but it’s a good, straightforward way to kick off PlayStation’s virtual reality initiative

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