According to CVG, the PlayStation 3-exclusive first-person horror game Until Dawn is still very much a thing, as a new trademark has been filed in its name.

The game was originally slated for a 2013 release after its debut at the 2012 GamesCom Expo in Germany, but not a single thing has been heard about the game since. The Supermassive Games title saw players use the PlayStation Move as a flashlight and other items in order to escape an horrific ordeal.

This new re-filing support earlier rumors that the game is now coming to PlayStation 4 as part of the Project Morpheus lineup. This means that Sony now plans to drop us right into the middle of a teen slasher flick courtesy of its new virtual reality headset.

We were hesitant about the idea when it was first announced, because teen slasher flicks aren't always entertaining as movies let alone video games. However, if this rumored move to Project Morpheus is indeed the reason for the delay, our interest will perk up in a hurry. It's one thing watching everything happen on a screen, it's another to actually be thrust into the situation via virtual reality. That we can get behind.

We'll have more on Until Dawn and whatever it ends up being as it's revealed.