As we previously anticipated, Sony announced a number of new titles on Monday for their now one-year-old Playstation VR platform.
The announcements push the number of games available for the platform ever closer to the three hundred mark.
Following is a brief overview of the titles unveiled Monday:
Produced by Destructive Games, this is billed as “an action-packed hero shooter that transforms you into a titan, letting you use your massive size and firepower to compete with others in a quest to become a god.”
Bow to Blood
Developed by TribeToy, gamers will use VR to serve as “captain of a powerful airship,” set in “a fantastical world of airborne gladiatorial sci-fi.”
Blood and Truth
Building upon their previously released title, The London Heist, developers at London Studio unveiled this new action title, set in modern-day London.
Reminiscent of aviation classic Pilotwings, this title has already been released for Oculus Rift and HTC Vive.
Sprint Vector — a title that has already been available for some time on Steam — will soon bring its “physical thrill of extreme sports [meeting the unhinged energy of a crazy game show” to Playstation VR.
If fast food and zombies are on your menu, Dead Hungry may well be the game for you. It was released yesterday, in time for Halloween.
Perhaps a bit more “frightening” than Dead Hungry is Stifled, a “VR and Mic-Enabled Sound-Based Stealth Thriller,” also released for Halloween.
League of War: VR Arena
Much-heralded Virtual reality tabletop war simulation game, League of War: VR Arena, finally has a release date for Playstation VR: November 7th.