Sony showed off some PS VR2 gameplay this Wednesday morning (14) on the PS Blog. Horizon Call of the Mountain and Resident Evil Village were two of the four highlights presented by the Japanese giant, with short snippets of gameplay.
With the content, the publisher intends to show the public what it will be like to be part of the experience of enjoying gaming sessions on the device – with a launch planned for 2023.
PS VR2 gameplay previews
Horizon: Mountain Bell
Kristen Zintan, Content Manager at PlayStation, was responsible for reviewing the PS VR2 experience in Horizon Call of the Mountain. He said that the precision of the glove movements and such immersion during the game made his heart beat faster:
Things got better when I started running through the canyons and picked up a bow and arrow. Holding a bow and shooting arrows in battle against a Watcher made me feel all the love I have for the Horizon series.
A native village of evil
According to Tim Toure, SIE Head of Communication, RE: Village’s first-person adventure was already thrilling, but with PS VR2 it gets even better, especially when wielding two pistols and a knife. Common scenes take place in Dimitrescu’s castle. look:
A bit later in the demo, the daughters of the famous Lady Dimitrescu attack and kidnap you. The haptic feedback on the PS VR2 headset suddenly dies, simulating the experience of being transported to the mother’s quarters. Faced with Lady Dimitrescu, the impressive power of the PS VR2 makes her stature that much more impressive. Being chased by him was terrifying before and will be even more terrifying with PS VR2.
Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners – Chapter 2: Revenge
Among the PS VR2 gameplay previews, The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners Chapter 2: Retribution gives a high-quality survival feel. Turi talked about the interaction between touching the inventory and fighting hordes of zombies.
I felt like an action movie hero as I loaded my double barreled gun in one swift motion. It felt fantastic to enjoy all this arsenal with the arrival of pedestrians in real time, and I’m already excited to dive into the full adventure.
Star Wars: Tales from the Galaxy’s Edge – Enhanced Edition
Another PS VR2 FPS, this one tested by Brett Elston, SIE’s communications manager, drew attention to the inventory system and the use of PS VR2 Sense. The adventure puts you in the shoes of a drone repair technician in different eras and themes of Star Wars.
Some scenarios provide encounters with iconic characters such as R2D2, C-3PO and Yoda (voiced by Anthony Daniels and Frank Oz, respectively), the central dining room and all the characters will help create an atmosphere as incredible as the star’s. Wars Park: Galaxy’s Edge at Disneyland. And we are talking about virtual reality!
Which PS VR2 game caught your eye among the four above? Are you excited for the future of VR devices on PlayStation? Share your thoughts in the comments!