Playstation VR 2: Sony shows first games and trailers

Playstation VR 2: Sony shows first games and trailers
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During the State of Play, Sony gave a first preview of upcoming PSVR2 games, including Resident Evil Village.

Resident Evil Village

Resident Evil 7 was one of the early highlights for Playstation VR and Resident Evil Village should do the same for Playstation VR 2.

In the State of Play, Sony shows the first excerpts from the VR port, which, unlike Resident Evil 7 full support for hand control offers.

“Will you raise both arms protectively, then Ethan will protect himself in the same way; hold up a gun, then Ethan raises his. You can now also perform dynamic actions like firing your weapon while holding a knife in the other hand, or holding a handgun in one hand and a shotgun in the other. These advanced controllers allow the player to immerse themselves in the game even more than ever before.

Horizon Call of the Mountain

Horizon Call of the Mountain is the first VR game announced by Sony for Playstation VR 2.

After the first teaser from January, the State of Play is followed by a longer trailer with game scenes. Sony also revealed the first story details.

“In Call of the Mountain we experience the world through the eyes of Ryas, a former Shadow Carja warrior who seeks redemption by investigating the great new threat facing the Sun Empire. He’s a master climber and archer, two absolutely vital skills as you assume his role, scaling dangerous mountains and bringing down mighty machines like the Thunderjaw.

Throughout your journey, you’ll master different tools and weapons, and use the world’s diverse materials to craft additional equipment to help you be prepared for any situation. But you don’t have to do everything alone. Along the way, you’ll meet new and old Horizon characters, including Aloy himself.”

In addition to the main story, Call of the Mountain offers a immersive river ride, in which you can see an impressive panorama of the game world. Sony hailed this virtual reality experience as the perfect introduction to the magic of Playstation VR 2.

Horizon Call of the Mountain is being developed in cooperation with Firesprite.

The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners – Chapter 2: Retribution

The first Saints & Sinners from 2020 is one of the best VR games out there and the sequel aims to take it even further.


The studio promises a new story campaign, new areas to explore, new weapons and tools, and new gameplay challenges.

You slip into the role of the “tourist” again and have to fighting for your survival in New Orleans. The new arsenal will not only consist of variants of already known weapons, but will be designed in such a way that you will be able to use unique and new methods of combat. Among the new additions you will find the silencer, new weapons such as the submachine gun and sawed-off shotgun, and a chainsaw.

Your opponent is the Axeman, a mysterious post-apocalyptic slasher whose plots and intrigues will keep you on your toes throughout the campaign. In addition, you can expect even larger crowds of undead and more complex fights against human opponents. “In carefully crafted missions, all of these greater threats will culminate in new, terrifying, and unforgettable battles,” writes Sony.

The is also new Introduction of nocturnal expeditions to the city. In Chapter 2 you will be able to visit every old and new area during the night. This makes the raids much more dangerous, but also brings new gameplay variations and rewards.

The studio also promises dozens of minor improvements to game mechanics, more realistic undead behavior, and an overall more believable world.

The VR game will be released for Playstation VR in late 2022 and for Playstation VR 2 in 2023.

No Man’s Sky

The VR version of No Man’s Sky was released for Playstation VR in summer 2019. Now Hello Games is announcing the PSVR2 version of the space exploration game.

“Experiencing No Man’s Sky in PS VR was a small miracle, because it was an enormous technical challenge to bring an infinite, seamless universe into a futuristic headset. Several years later, the technology another giant leap forward so we now have the opportunity to immerse the player in the experience on a whole different level,” writes studio founder Sean Murray on the Playstation Blog.

More details on No Man’s Sky for Playstation VR 2 will follow in the coming months.

Sources: Playstation Blog Germany

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