We're on the brink of PlayStation VR's third anniversary, and Sony has seen fit to celebrate. In addition to a brand new sale on virtual reality titles, several PSVR games have either been announced or had their release dates revealed. Let's go through everything, shall we?
First up is Bonfire, an interactive sci-fi adventure starring comedian Ali Wong. "After crashing your spaceship in an alien jungle with a wary robot sidekick, it is up to you to navigate an immersive world and animated movie-like space survival story of trust and friendship where every decision matters," reads the description on the PlayStation Blog. It's pegged for release on 22nd October 2019.
Audica comes next. This is a virtual reality rhythm action game from Harmonix, the studio that brought us Rock Band, Amplitude, and many other classics. Like a Beat Saber with guns, you'll be blasting targets to the beat of the music. A release date of 5th November 2019 has been attached to this promising title.
Paper Beast, the next game from Another World creator Eric Chahi, is now marked down for an "Early 2020" release. This intriguing PSVR game has you interacting with various delicate creatures, and that's about as much as we know so far.
Next up is Pixel Ripped 1995, a follow-up to last year's Pixel Ripped 1989. Confused yet? This is a game within a game scenario, in which the main character Dot "recruits the help of the best gamer from 1995, an unassuming nine-year-old boy named David". Alright then. This one is due out in Spring 2020.
Finally, The Room VR: A Dark Matter has been announced. The Room is a series of intricate puzzle games with a mystery at its heart, and it seems like a perfect fit for PSVR. Also tagged for Spring 2020, this should be one to watch out for.
Which of these PSVR games are you most looking forward to? Dust off your headsets in the comments below.