It is a very big day for PlayStation VR, as Sony revived its "PSVR Spotlight" campaign to announce a total of six new VR games today, March 3. All the games are launching in 2021.
Sony announced a new PSVR game every 30 minutes throughout the day, beginning with Doom 3 VR and ending with After The Fall. You can learn more about all six games below.
Doom 3 VR Edition
The first to be revealed is Doom 3 VR, which launches on March 29 for PS4 (and is backwards compatible on PS5). This game features the base Doom 3 and its expansions, Resurrection of Evil and The Lost Missions, updated for VR.
"Feel even closer to the terror with all-new VR enhancements that allow you to peer around corners, angling your shots with flashlight-mounted weapons using motion controls, 180-degree quick-turn functionality to catch demons sneaking up from behind and an immersive wrist-mounted display to track your health, armor, and ammo," reads a line from the description.
Song In The Smoke
A new game from 17-Bit, Song in the Smoke challenges players to survive a dark and scary night. "The sun is setting, and the dense trees are casting long shadows across the forest. My fire is fading, too, its light flickering in the gloom. From the bushes, I hear a growl, low, and hungry. I have one question. How do I survive the night?" reads a line from its description.
In Song in the Smoke, players must survive in a harsh world by foraging for supplies and defending themselves from all manner of threats.
Lots more details on Song in the Smoke are available on the PlayStation Blog.
Song in the Smoke is a new #PSVR survival game from 17-Bit Games, the developers of Galak-Z. Camp out with gameplay details: https://t.co/cu20qwxQTr pic.twitter.com/zDHKFEpMN6
— PlayStation (@PlayStation) March 3, 2021
The third reveal was Fracked, a game that combines free running, skiing, and climbing.
You play as a hero who is stuck inside a mountain fracking facility and must fight against an army of enemies and "interdimensional maniacs" to escape with your life.
"We're not going for subtlety here--it is bold, brash, and uncompromising in its vision," Steve Watt of developer nDreams said in the game's announcement on the PS Blog.
I Expect You To Die 2: The Spy and The Liar
Next up is I Expect You To Die 2: The Spy and The Liar. Coming four years after the original in 2016, the sequel was a "no-brainer," according to project director Charlie Amis.
"Our PS VR Agents are an integral part of our community, and we can't wait for players--both new and returning--to experience the new twists, turns, perils, and puzzles IEYTD2 has to offer," Amis said on the PS Blog.
In the sequel, players are once again cast as a spy who must go "deep undercover" to stop an evil plan to take over the world.
"Take advantage of your telekinetic abilities in all-new environments and surroundings. Expose the diabolical plot and learn even more about Zoraxis. Risk your life for the greater good; because, remember: we expect you to die," reads a line from the description.
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