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10 New PS VR2 Games Announced For Launch Window

The PlayStation VR2 is out today (everywhere but in South Africa). If you’re picking it up whenever it does release here, you’ll be happy to hear that Sony has showcased 10 new titles headed the hardware in the coming months ahead. With these new games, the launch lineup for the PS VR2 headset is now sitting at over 40 games.

At launch, you’ll be able to grab the likes of Horizon Call of The Mountain, Moss II, Demeo, After the Fall, The Light Brigade and others. However, after launch, there are more exciting titles coming your way. Not to mention that Sony says more first-party PS VR2 games will be unveiled this week during the State of Play.

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The 10 new games announced are expected to launch in the months ahead. The games include Hellsweeper VR, Gorn VR, Another Fisherman’s Tale, Ragnarock and more. Here’s a quick rundown of each of these new games headed to PS VR2 in the coming months.

Another Fisherman’s Tale

Another Fisherman’s Tale is the highly anticipated follow-up to the award-winning A Fisherman’s Tale. This captivating adventure game takes players on a journey through a surreal world filled with imaginative locations and mind-bending puzzles. 

Gorn

The team here at Free Lives are excited to bring the frighteningly realistic depiction of gladiatorial combat to PS VR2, just like the ancient Romans would have wanted. Since we first started developing Gorn we’ve added lots of new weapons, foes, and game modes for budding gladiators to take down in the arena and we believe this is our best version yet! Gorn arrives on March 16.

Nock: Bow + Arrow Soccer

Nock, the latest addition to the virtual reality gaming world, combines the excitement of bow and arrow action with the thrill of a high-stakes soccer match. Players can skate and fly around a dynamic pitch, using their bow and arrow to blast the ball into their opponent’s goal. 

Hellsweeper VR

As you traverse the different dimensions of Hell, gain mastery of a wide range of weapons and elemental magic, all while exploring crazy moves you previously thought imaginary.

Ragnarock

Ahoy, vikings! Are you ready to rock? Ragnarock is a solo/multiplayer VR rhythm game in which you play a viking captain competing in a ship race through mythological environments. Using your two hammers, crush the incoming runes in sync with epic viking music!

Runner

Born out of a love for the look and feel of late 1980’s prestige anime, Runner is a visceral arcade experience that we are excited to release on PlayStation VR2 on February 22 with platform-specific enhancements. 

Startenders: Intergalactic Bartending

Dock your barship and serve up some wild creations in Startenders: Intergalactic Bartending, featuring a fully voiced campaign, millions of drink combinations, and daily leaderboard competitive modes. With its procedurally generated shifts, you’ll never know what you’re going to rustle up.

Sushi Ben

Sushi Ben is a VR narrative adventure where you must save a local sushi restaurant from going out of business. But it won’t be easy! First, you’ll need to meet the townspeople and help them out in order to earn their trust. Sushi Ben features colourful narrative encounters, beautiful 3D manga panels, and an anime-inspired art style.

Swordsman VR

Swordsman is a realistic sword-fighting game with historical factions and epic boss fights. Experience visceral combat against armoured, physically simulated enemies that can parry, riposte, and dodge your attacks.

Unplugged: Air Guitar

Jump on stage in and live out your rock-star fantasy in Unplugged: Air Guitar, arriving February 22 for PS VR2. Play air guitar to some of the biggest, most insanely cool songs from world-famous rock bands, including Ozzy Osbourne, The Offspring and Weezer. Unplugged is all about making you feel like a rock legend.

Source: PS Blog

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