Sony announces nearly a dozen new PSVR 2 games

Sony might no longer be pricing the PSVR 2 as an affordable alternative but it's made sure that it's got plenty of games when it comes out.

PlayStation VR 2 just got an official release date and price, but that wasn't all that Sony had in store for its fans.

Sony Announces New Psvr Games
Sony's latest virtual reality hardware won't be left wanting for more games next year.

As if sensing the impending backlash to its painful price point, Sony announced a bevy of PSVR 2 games that will be available soon after the VR console comes out in February.

Here's a complete list of all the new upcoming PSVR 2 games:

All 11 of the recently announced PSVR 2 games will launch on top of the other games lined up already such as Horizon Call of the Mountain and Resident Evil Village.

Of the 11, Zenith: The Last City is the only one that's confirmed for February but this could change between then and now. This open-world VR MMORPG first came out in December and has improved massively since. Many consider it one of the best MMORPGs, regardless of the platform. On the PSVR 2, Zenith: The Last City will enjoy faster loading times and a massive graphics upgrade.

Also, another title of note is Cities VR: Enhanced Edition. The PS5 console's extra grunt will give you a much better view of your budding metropolitan city. Finally, Supermassive Games' The Dark Pictures: Switchback VR is a "fast-paced rollercoaster action-horror-shooter" that's set in 17th-century New England.

Sony Announces New Psvr Games
Kudos to Sony for securing a growing library of games for the PSVR 2 when it hits store shelves.

From the nightmarish to the breathtaking, the one thing that all the PSVR2 games have in common is an emphasis on immersion.

We'll find out soon enough if Sony's latest VR console can live up to expectations.

Speaking of the PSVR 2, Sony is confident that the PSVR 2 will sell well and it's placed a big order in preparation for its launch.

Ray Ampoloquio
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