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  • Writer's pictureCourt Lalonde

New Games and Features Coming to PSVR2


PSVR2

PlayStation announced today that they have some new games and one exciting new feature coming to PSVR2. It has been a year since the release of the PSVR2, and PlayStation has been a little quiet regarding releases on the PSVR2. We haven't gotten a major first-party release since the launch of the PSVR2.


We're still not getting one of those announcements today, but we are getting some exciting news about games coming to the PSVR2, including a feature that could be a game-changer.


Today, PlayStation told us they are testing to access PC titles for the PSVR2. They hope to make this available sometime in 2024, and if they do, this would instantly increase the library of available games to play.


The team at Arizona Sunshine 2 annouced a free update that is available today. The new content adds a new companion and three new horde maps. Your new companion is available now, but the horde maps come later this year.


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The Wizards – Dark Times: Brotherhood | Out Today


THe Wizards

"The Wizards – Dark Times: Brotherhood is an action-adventure spellcasting game where you become a powerful Wizard, and thanks to the power of PlayStation VR2, you can cast various spells with your hands. As developers, we've meticulously crafted an immersive world where players wield the power of magic through intuitive gesture-based spellcasting, a staple mechanic of The Wizards franchise. With the full might of PS5's hardware at our disposal, players can expect breathtaking visuals and seamless gameplay while travelling through the realm of Meliora in a single-player and 3-player co-op experience. And we're happy to announce you won't have long to wait to play: the game launches on PlayStation Store today!"


– Pawel Nitta, Head of Marketing, Carbon Studio VR




Wanderer: The Fragments of Fate | Out June 27


""Calling all time travellers! Mighty Eyes are excited to unveil exclusive gameplay content (and confirm the release date) in this latest Wanderer: The Fragments of Fate reveal, which you can watch in the trailer above. Under fire in World War 2, we see the player harness their trusty watch companion's time-travelling abilities to gather an eclectic arsenal of weapons, only to return moments later to gain the upper hand! Playing as Asher Neumann, players can seamlessly time travel at will, exploring immersive worlds and experiencing exhilarating action while solving mind-bending puzzles and wielding their time-travelling powers to reshape history. We're also thrilled to share other exciting news, so stay until the end of the video. Did someone say sea shanty?!""


– Sam Ramlu (she/her), Executive Producer at Mighty Eyes




Little Cities: Bigger! | Out March 12


"We're delighted to bring endless cozy creativity to PlayStation VR2! Little Cities: Bigger! unites our signature diorama city building with over 18 months of dreamy update content – our most substantial slice of relaxing island crafting ever. It's been a blast playing with the power of PlayStation VR2 to get the game in tip-top condition. You'll feel everything from a well-placed mountain's satisfying 'whomp' to the brush-stroke sensation of island sculpting with Sense controller haptics. And thanks to headset feedback, experience world-rumbling volcanic eruptions while tiny helicopters rush to the rescue! We cannot wait to see what you create…"


– Kelly Howard, Co-Founder, Purple Yonder




Zombie Army VR | Out 2024


"Bringing the much-loved Zombie Army franchise to VR for the first time, Zombie Army VR lets you experience the fear, thrill and spine-chilling tension of the zombie apocalypse through the immersion of your PS VR2 headset.

Complete with online 2 player co-op, the thrilling campaign sees you reprise the role of a Deadhunter as they fight their way across war torn Europe doing battle with the zombie hordes. Choose your weapon from an authentic World War 2 arsenal, including sniper rifles, submachine guns, pistols, and explosives as you lay waste to the undead and free Europe."


– Steven Archer – Executive Producer, Rebellion

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