Tender Claws announced that Stranger Things VR has been delayed.
Originally set to release next week on November 30, Tender Claws announced the delay earlier today, with no new release date confirmed in its place. The studio said it will "share a new launch date in the very near future."
Here's the full statement, originally published on X (formerly known as Twitter):
We wanted to share that, alongside Meta and Netflix, we have collectively made the decision to delay the planned November 30 release of Stranger Things VR. This will allow us extra time to squash any remaining demo-bats, so that you can have the best possible gameplay experience. We sincerely appreciate your understanding, patience, and support, and we look forward to welcoming you into the Upside Down very soon.
We'll share a new launch date in the very near future.
Stranger Things VR will let players embody the main antagonist from season four of the show, Vecna, and will include MR gameplay that lets Quest users turn their living room into a portal to the upside down.
Tender Claws originally announced Stranger Things VR as coming to "major VR platforms." However, the studio has since only referred to a release on Quest and has yet to confirm whether the game will come to PSVR 2, PC VR or any other platforms.
We'll be keeping an eye out for a new Stranger Things VR release date over the next few months.