Sony launches six new titles for PS VR platform; Here are the details
This announcement comes shortly after Sony confirmed that it is working on a new VR headset for PlayStation 5 that will be released by next year.
Sony is launching a bunch of new games for its PlayStation VR, or PS VR platform. To be specific, there will be six games that will be released later this year. These are Doom 3: VR Edition, Fracked, Song in the Smoke, After the Fall, I Expect You To Die 2: The Spy And The Liar, and Zenith: The Last City - The Fracture. While all of these titles will be available for PlayStation 5, only some of them are expected to arrive on PlayStation 4.
Out of all these titles, only Doom 3 VR Edition is the game that has a specific release date of March 29. It is also one of the two titles that will be available on both PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 with backwards compatibility. According to Sony, the game is an evolved version of the eponymous 2004 title and is designed with a gun-like aim controller.
Fracked is a run and cover shooter game that will be available on both PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4. The game is based on skiing and infiltrating fracking plants overturned with canoodling mercenaries.
Song in the Smoke is developed by 17-Bit and is a survival gate that tests your abilities to hunt, scavenge, craft and explore the in-game world. After the Fall is a post-apocalyptic survival game made by Vertigo Games. It is expected to hit the market later this year, like other titles.
If you like a spy thriller game, then you might like the I Expect You To Die 2: The Spy And The Liar title. It is developed by Schell games. On the other hand, Zenith: The Last City - The Fracture is an anime RPG based game developed by RamenVR. Here, the gamers can climb buildings and cliffs and can even glide around to reach different places. They will also have to fight enemies or they can just explore the world of Zenith.