PlayStation VR2: games available at launch revealed

A few months ago, Sony announced the release of its virtual reality headset designed for PS5, PS-VR2, accompanied by over 20 compatible games. Most recently, the Japanese brand confirmed in a press release the list of games available during the launch period of the headset. Thus, some new names are added to the list along with those already presented earlier.

Brand New PS VR2 Games

The PS5 VR headset will debut on February 22, 2023. A month before the date, the tech giant has officially revealed the list of games that will be released at the same time as PlayStation VR2. The list also includes those that will arrive during the launch period, which will last until the end of March.

Among the titles mentioned by Sony Interactive Entertainment are those that will also appear in the first version of PS VR, such as Resident Evil Village or Pavlov VR. There will also be free and paid updates for some games. These will be rolled out in the coming weeks so that affected games can be compatible with the new headset when it launches. Moreover, one should not forget that prices for the first games have already been published on the PlayStation Store. Fairly high prices that some may not like.

PS VR2 user interface

37 games available at launch

Before purchasing a PlayStation VR2, the deciding factor is the games available at the time of its release. In total, the company listed 37 games, including 13 previously unknown. Here is the complete list:

  • Creed: Rise to Glory – Champion Edition
  • Dark Pictures: Toggle
  • Dyschronia: Alternate Chronos
  • Horizon Call of the Mountain
  • Kizuna Al – Touch the Beat
  • Star Wars: Tales from the Edge of the Galaxy
  • The Walking Dead: Saints and Sinners: Chapter 2: Retribution

Please note that these are games available during the launch period. In the future, there should be more and more games with potentially exclusive features.

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