Sony announces four new VR games for PSVR 2
Sony shows four upcoming VR games for Playstation VR 2. Get ready for fast-paced combat, time travel, a return to the 16-bit era and an immersive ghost story.
Tiger Blade is inspired by Korean neo-noir action movies and features a soundtrack with Korean hip-hop.
You take on the role of a gang assassin who has found an object of incredible value. Using swords and guns, you'll fight your way through the faithfully recreated marketplaces, docks, alleys, and streets of Sewoon.
Tiger Blade will be released later this year.
Wanderer: The Fragments of Fate.
The original was released in early 2022 for Playstation VR and PC VR, and unjustly received little attention.
A remake of the time travel adventure will soon be released for Playstation VR 2, taking advantage of the VR system's strengths.
Wearing a wristwatch, you visit different eras and locations, such as ancient temples or the workshop of Nikola Tesla, and solve tricky puzzles to put human history back on track.
The graphics and atmosphere of the VR game are impressive and should reach their full potential thanks to PSVR 2's technology. The studio also promises a variety of new features and gameplay.
Pixel Ripped 1995
Here comes a concentrated dose of nostalgia.
Pixel Ripped is a VR video game series that takes you back to the golden eras of gaming. The third installment, Pixel Ripped 1978, has just been released for Playstation VR 2, and now Sony is introducing the second installment, Pixel Ripped 1995, with a trailer.
You take on the role of eleven-year-old David, who must master a series of 16- and 32-bit classics to avert a real threat. Along the way, you'll be immersed in the pixel worlds themselves, experiencing them up close and personal.
The original was released in 2020 and has been expanded and improved for release on Playstation VR 2. You won't have to wait much longer for its release because Pixel Ripped 1995 is coming soon.
The 7th Guest VR
The 7th Guest VR is a remake of the 1993 CD-ROM-based cult adventure game and has been modernized from the ground up for virtual reality.
A special feature of the VR game are the volumetrically filmed actors and actresses, whose ghostly apparitions can be admired from all sides in the game world.
The studio behind the game, Vertigo Games, promises a gripping and immersive haunting and mystery experience that takes advantage of PlayStation VR 2's eye-tracking and supports dynamic lighting and high resolution.