By: Eddie Makuch
Reports of PlayStation 3 teen-style horror game Until Dawn’s cancellation are false, developer Supermassive Games confirmed today with VG247.
“Until Dawn is most definitely not cancelled and we are still developing it,” managing director Pete Samuels said. “Not only that, but we’re really excited about what we’re creating and can’t wait to tell more and show more sometime soon. I understand that the silence has been frustrating for those people who have been looking out for more details.”
Though Until Dawn remains in development, the game will not ship in 2013 as planned. “It’s clearly not planned to be a 2013 release any longer,” Samuels said, though he did not explain why the game has been delayed.
Until Dawn was announced during Sony’s 2012 Gamescom presentation in August 2012 and versions of the game have been playable for press since. In the game, which uses the PlayStation Move controller as a flashlight, players will take on the role of multiple characters and must fight to stay alive through a night fraught with danger.
Supermassive is collaborating with horror film veterans Larry Fessenden (Habit) and Graham Reznick (Stake Land) for Until Dawn.