The PlayStation VR2 has just got two new games (pic: Sony).
Sony announced a new title for the PSVR2 and its going to become a free upgrade for the PS5 version of Gran Turismo 7.
The CES (Consumer Electronics Show) hasn’t been a huge deal for video game companies in a long time but Sony has used this years show to reveal some new information about the PlayStation VR2 and the Gran Turismo movie.
It’s also revealed a new controller named Project Leonardo. Designed to be the PlayStation equivalent to Xbox Adaptive Controller, but the game focuses on the PlayStation VR2 headset and its games.
The new headset will be released on February 22 so you can expect the hype to start much more. Sony revealed that the software will come to the system, but also a free new version for Gran Turismo 7 which will be available at launch.
There were no other real details about the new Gran Turismos VR update, but, as well, the gameplay already impressive cockpit view will benefit greatly from being in VR.
Beat Saber is now available for PlayStation VR. While developer Beat Games has been owned by Meta, the popular rhythm action game will soon be appearing on PlayStation VR.
Sony hasn’t released a confirmed list of launch titles for the new headset yet, and has just promised more than 20 games. This will probably make it to 23 as far as the upcoming Grand Turismo 7 update.
All PSVR2 gaming confirms launch.
- AR: VR Football Unleashed All-Star: Asea 2MD: U-turn!
- After Autumn, we can return.
- Altair Breaker
- Cities VR: Advanced Edition.
- Cosmonious High
- Dyschronia: Chronos Alternately, Alternately, Alternately.
- Fantavision 202X
- Yogao 7, no.
- Hello neighbour. Search and Rescue.
- An Antagony The Moundi-esque?
- Kizuna AI: Touch the Beat.
- One of the stars of the film shows a movie.
- Nobody’s a star.
- Evil Village of the Red Sea.
- Song in the Smoke: Rekindled.
- Star Wars: Tales from the Galaxy’s Edge Enhanced Edition.
- Swordsman VR
- The Dark, The Film Anthologie: Switchback VR
- The Light Brigade is building a light brigade.
- The story of Onogoro.
Tom Ryan, the vice president of the PlayStation 4 – who was present to the CES to make the announcements – came as well.
It’s difficult to give that into context. However, it’s estimated sales were around 21 million.
According to Ryan, the PlayStation 5 should now be much easier to find at the retailer, something already evident before Christmas.
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