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Updated 27th October, 12:46 PM: Sorry to say in advance that this isn't the news you were waiting for, folks. It looks like Grave VR is getting delayed by another few days.<p>Admirably the developers decided to make a difficult decision to postpone the game until Monday after feeling that the game needed a little more polish.</p><p>Instead, Grave VR will not launch on October 31st at 12 AM (ooooo, spoooky), so you can still play the game on Halloween.</p><p>We're under a week away from the most terrifying day of the year (apart from Mondays, hue-hue) and those of you who own a VR may be getting excited for the release of GraveVR today. Sorry to burst your bubble, folks, but you'll have to wait another day yet.</p><p><p>We submitted for approval but it usually takes a couple days so @GraveGame may have to wait until the 26th/27th! Sorry for inconvenience— Spooky Tristan Moore (@TristanParrish) October 24, 2016 Just to recap, GraveVR is a first-person survival horror experience set in the arse-end of nowhere. You're alone and without a friend, helping hand, or any weapons, and the sun is about to set. As I mentioned before in a previous article, the visceral side of this horror experience is what makes it brilliant.</p><p>Like Slenderman or the Weeping Angels from Doctor Who you can't just hide in a corner and hope the threat with go away. At the same time you've got to pick the right approach to defend yourself – do you use the light to scare the monsters away, or will it just draw them closer to you?</p><p>A tweet from Tristan Moore, game designer and co-founder of Broken Windows, let us know that its delay is due to a wait for approval. So long as everything goes to plan we should be able to get our hands on the game tomorrow, the 26th October on HTC Vive.</p><p>Prepare your pants for scaring.</p>.