The Inpatient

SIEA, Supermassive Games

Weak Man
OpenCritic Rating
60
Top Critic Average
15%
Critics Recommend
Based on 49 critic reviews
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The Inpatient

Rating Summary

Based on 49 critic reviews
Weak Man

OpenCritic Rating

60

Top Critic Average

15%

Critics Recommend

Based on 49 critic reviews
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Game Information

Available on:PlayStation VRJan 23, 2018

Developers: Supermassive Games, SIEA

Genres: Horror, Action

Discover who you are before it’s too late in The Inpatient; a PS VR Exclusive set in the Blackwood Sanatorium, over 60 years prior to the 2016 BAFTA award-winning Until Dawn.

With deep immersion that places YOU in the game, you take on the role of an amnesiac inpatient who must find out who you are and why you are in the Sanatorium. With a branching narrative, and different endings; every choice you make can drastically affect the way the game plays out.

Where to Buy

Amazon
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Review Data

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Mighty Head
2
Strong Head
3
Fair Head
9
Weak Head
22

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The Inpatient - Feel Them All | PS VR thumbnail

The Inpatient - Feel Them All | PS VR

The Inpatient – Story Trailer | PS VR thumbnail

The Inpatient – Story Trailer | PS VR

The Inpatient - PlayStation VR Announce Trailer | E3 2017 thumbnail

The Inpatient - PlayStation VR Announce Trailer | E3 2017

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Metro GameCentral

GameCentral
4 / 10
Metro GameCentral

One of the most technically impressive PlayStation VR games so far but a disappointingly drab and unfocused prequel to Until Dawn, that takes itself far too seriously.

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Game Informer

6.5 / 10.0
Game Informer

Despite providing some interesting backstory for the Until Dawn universe, my enjoyment of The Inpatient is held back by dull characters and inconsistent scares.

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GameSpot

8 / 10
GameSpot

A rare prequel that actually enhances its predecessor, The Inpatient takes a subtle but effective approach to psychological horror in VR.

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