With its February launch date creeping closer, PlayStation VR 2 was a major feature during Sony’s CES 2023 media briefing. The company announced both Gran Turismo 7 and Beat Saber will be coming to its next-generation virtual reality headset.
Gran Turismo 7’s VR experience will be a free upgrade to the existing PlayStation 5 version of the game, which means the entire GT7 experience will be playable in VR. The free GT7 VR upgrade will launch the same day as PSVR 2, joining other launch titles like Horizon: Call Of The Mountain and Resident Evil Village.
Beat Saber, meanwhile, was confirmed to be in development for PSVR 2, though the announcement came without a release timeframe. The official Beat Saber Twitter account shared the news, while saying more information is coming “in the near future.”
PlayStation VR 2 was first unveiled to the public at last year’s CES, which highlighted its increased visual fidelity and new controller. The full game launch lineup as of this writing is below:
2MD: VR Football Unleashed All-Star
After the Fall
Cities VR: Enhanced Edition
Dyschronia: Chronos Alternate
Hello Neighbor: Search and Rescue
Horizon Call of the Mountain
Kizuna AI: Touch the Beat
Moss: Book II
No Man’s Sky
Resident Evil Village
Song in the Smoke: Rekindled
Star Wars: Tales from the Galaxy’s Edge – Enhanced Edition
The Dark Pictures: Switchback VR
The Light Brigade
The Tale of Onogoro
PlayStation VR 2 launches February 22 for $550. A launch bundle including Horizon: Call Of The Mountain will also be available for $600.
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