Sony has unveiled five Japanese-designed games, including the Tale of Onogoro and the Fantasvision 202X, at the launch of PlayStation VR2.
Developed for the PlayStation Blog, the games will now join the PS VR2 launches line-up on February 22. The Tale of Onogoro is a cooperative action game that will let the player join Hal, a shrine maiden who begins a journey to save the five raging Kami living on Onogori Island. Teamwork is very important as the player must solve and fight the enemy while using its health.
The remake of the original PlayStation 2, the movie Fantavision, whose bright and colourful firework-themed games return with the world of virtual reality. In addition to launching day is Altair Breaker, an action multiplayer sword-fighting game, which as it is, puts the player in a mastery as they chase their enemy’s weapons.
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Kizuna AI – Touch the Beat is an early playable game for the player and virtual YouTuber Kizuna AI. Finally, Dyschronia: Chronos Alternate is a game with the intention to provide a deeply cinematic experience – through a massive story set in Astrum close.
Sony also revealed that an extra title called X8 is being developed for PS VR2. Players fight in five fights that combine the different worlds of action.
The above five games will become one of a handful of other games coming to the system at the launch. Moss and Moss: Book 2 are both confirmed to be released on February 22 alongside Dark Pictures Anthology: Switchback VR and Horizon: Call of the Mountain.