PSVR2 will launch with more than 20 games, from both first-party studios and third-party partners. While the platform holder stopped short of sharing any specific names, it was confident enough to drop the tidbit during an investor relations briefing which outlined the PlayStation division’s strategy for the near future.
Sony earmarked PSVR2 as a point of commercial expansion for the company, and it believes the device’s new motion controls, ease-of-use, and industry-leading features – like eye-tracking – will help it to draw significant revenue. Horizon Call of the Mountain – the virtual reality spin-off developed by Firesprite and Guerrilla – was pictured as part of the presentation.
We know that a number of teams are working with PSVR2, including Coatsink, nDreams, and Fast Travel Games – but actual software announcements have been on the light side. Hopefully the platform holder pulls back the curtain soon, and finally gives us a glimpse at what’s in store.