PS VR2 has several intriguing releases lined up for next year (via Playstation Blog). Supermassive will bring its “Dark Pictures” horror anthology to next-generation VR with “Switchback,” a roller-coaster shooter with Western elements alongside the scares. Quirky indie horror series “Hello Neighbor” will also be dropping a new title, “Search and Rescue,” to scare the pants off VR players.
New VR-first titles in the “Jurassic World” and “Cities: Skylines” franchises are also upcoming. “Jurassic World Aftermath” has Jeff Goldblum back as Ian Malcolm alongside voice actress and “Critical Role” legend Laura Bailey. “Cities VR” promises completely revamped visuals, allowing players to see their cities from the streets up. PS VR2 will also have the latest release in the “Crossfire” franchise, a highly competitive squad FPS popular in Asia, plus upgraded versions of the action game “Pistol Whip” and the “Zenith: the Last City” MMO.
PS VR2 has original titles coming too. “Cosmonious High” is a space-themed puzzle comedy from the creators of Job Simulator and Vacation Simulator. “The Light Brigade” delivers a fantasy-horror roguelike FPS. “Tentacular” looks like physics-puzzle madness where a player becomes a giant squid (finally!) while “After the Fall” is a co-op shooter in post-apocalyptic Los Angeles.
“Light Brigade,” “Cities VR,” “Cosmonious High,” “Hello Neighbor: Search and Rescue,” and “Zenith: the Last City” will all be available for pre-order on November 15, and “Horizon: Call of the Mountain” will be available in its branded PS VR2 bundle on launch in February. The rest will release sometime in 2023.