While there are a few days left before PlayStation VR celebrates its third anniversary, Sony has already started the festivities with one of the biggest PS VR sales thus far. Not only that, but we also got the release dates of several PS VR titles to look forward to.
Starring comedian Ali Wong, Bonfire is an “absurd alien adventure” where players have crashed their spaceship in an alien jungle, together with their paranoid 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.” The game launches on October 22, and there will be a discount during its launch week.
Next up is Audica, “a new and colorful VR Rhythm Shooter from Harmonix, the makers of Rock Band and Amplitude.” Players will be “armed with a pair of rhythm blasters” and “shoot and smash targets to the beat of an amazing soundtrack as they battle for the top spot on Audica’s leaderboards.” November 5 is the release date for this rhythm title.
Launching in early 2020 is Paper Beast, a “playful exploration game born from the dust of big data where players can undertake a virtual journey of discovery through a colourful and interactive ecosystem filled with puzzles. Meet unique wildlife such as the BernardShell, and help them to navigate across various environments such as rivers filled with slippery obsidian rocks from water erosion.”
The next two titles will be releasing sometime in Spring 2020. Pixel Ripped 1995 bring players back in time with a game-within-a-game. ” To save multiple dimensions, our hero Dot recruits the help of David, the best gamer from 1995. Face challenging throwbacks to all your favorite 16-bit and 32-bit classics while surviving the struggles of a typical nine-year-old.”
The Room VR: A Dark Matter brings the acclaimed puzzle game to virtual reality. “Players can enjoy a spine-tingling world designed from the ground up for the unique capabilities of virtual reality. Explore cryptic locations, examine fantastic gadgets and discover an otherworldly element that blurs the line between reality and illusion in this new chapter.”