State of Play was a bit more of State of PSVR. From beginning till almost the very end, we got VR titles and then some more. PlayStation’s commitment to VR seems to be consistent and unconditional. After some significant VR announcements, we got a demo reel for many VR games coming to PSVR this year. Here’s every PSVR game announced or featured in today’s State of Play!

Iron Man VR

As their opening trailer, PlayStation unveiled Iron Man VR. If you’re into Iron Man VR, we covered all the details we know so far. Here’s the trailer that Sony showed during the State of Play presentation.

Hello Games No Man’s Sky Beyond update will bring PSVR support

This update will come as free DLC for all players who already own the game. No Man’s Sky update is set to release on Summer 2019.

Blood and Truth gets a release date

This PSVR game was introduced during PlayStation’s event a Paris Games Week last year. Today at State of Play, Blood and Truth got a confirmed release date for May 28th.

PSVR spring and summer 2019 line-up

The State of Play presentation showcased a video reel for their 2019 spring and summer PSVR line-up, these are their release dates:

  • Mini-Mech Mayhem – June 6th
  • Jupiter & Mars – April 22nd
  • Falcon Age – April 9th
  • Trover Saves The Universe – May 31st
  • Everybody’s Golf VR – May 21st
  • Table of Tales – April 16th
  • Vacation Simulator – June 6th

Five Nights at Freddy’s VR: Help Wanted announcement

The VR version of Five Nights at Freddy’s will feature several levels from the original game. Also, new levels included pledged to step up to the traditional horror FNaF experience.

Concrete Genie is going to have a PSVR mode

Concrete Genie also had a trailer. In addition to its PSVR announcement, the new trailer gives us more detail about the world and characters in the game. Concrete Genie releases this Fall.

It was unexpected for State of Play to feature so many VR titles. Mainly because it is the first time, Sony is going with this style of announcement, ditching aside the press conferences and flare of their events. Still, there’s enough material for PSVR owners to be happy for the time being. Maybe even some reasons to get one if some of these titles interest you.

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