Sony announces 10 more games for the PSVR 2 launch window End-shutdown

As we teeter on the cusp of tomorrow’s PSVR 2 launch, Sony has announced an additional 10 games coming to its new VR hardware in the “near future” – a number that pushes its launch window lineup above that. 40 mark.

The first is the gladiator smash from developer Free Lives. gorn, which launches on March 16. So due in March is Nock: Bow + Arrow Soccerwhich, as its name suggests, combines archery and soccer in a “high risk” sports venue.

Next on the list is Arizona Sunshine studio Vertigo Games. Hellsweeper VR, an “intense virtual reality experience where terrestrial physics does not exist and gravity-defying movements become your new reality.” This one is coming “later this year.”

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So, due “later this year” it is ben sushia narrative virtual reality adventure in which players try to stop a local sushi restaurant from going out of business, and Another fisherman’s talethe sequel to InnerspaceVR’s 2019 recursive puzzler A Fisherman’s Tale.

If you’re looking for something closer to release, there’s ragna skirt – Viking-themed solo/multiplayer VR rhythm – and anime-inspired motorcycle action gameplay runner, which launches tomorrow along with PSVR. So tomorrow is coming Unplugged: air guitara rock music game themed by artists like Ozzy Osbourne, The Offspring and Weezer.

And rounding out Sony’s list of new additions to the lineup are “realistic sword fighting games.” VR Swordsman other Starters: Intergalactic Cocktail Bar, which serves up some silliness for making cocktails. Both offer free PSVR 2 upgrades from PSVR releases.

Trailers for all of the above titles, joining the already sizable list of PSVR 2 launch windows, can be found at Sony’s advertisement stand.

PSVR 2 arrives tomorrow, February 22, for £530/€600/$550, and first impressions are positive, though Eurogamer’s Ian Higton lamented the relative “lack of big, standout launch titles that you could describe as a seller.” Systems” in your review. Meanwhile, Digital Foundry called PSVR 2 a “far superior VR experience” over its predecessor.

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