Crossfire: Sierra Squad PSVR 2 Release Date, Price & Features

Over the summer videogame release schedules tend to go a bit quieter as studios prepare for the end-of-year rush. That goes the same for VR, with the PSVR 2 roster looking a little thin for the next month. One anticipated game is Smilegate Entertainment’s military shooter Crossfire: Sierra Squad. Supporting PSVR 2 as well as PCVR headsets, here are all the details you need for Crossfire: Sierra Squad.

Story missions

Not much has been revealed regarding the narrative. Smilegate’s synopsis explains: “You are the leader of an elite paramilitary fireteam within the Global Risk organization. During your mission, you will unexpectedly tangle with the rival Black List organization and find out that there is something very big at play which calls for your expertise.”

Crossfire: Sierra Squad featuring both solo and team-based campaign missions. There are 13 main single-player campaign missions as well as 50 squad campaign missions (single-player or 2-player co-op). Additionally, a Horde Mode supports up to 4-players.

They’ll be able to make use of 39 types of weapons including pistols, rifles, sniper rifles and throwable—and throwback-able—grenades. Useful when engaging the 17 different types of enemies.

Crossfire: Sierra Squad screenshot

Crossfire Sierra Squad PSVR 2 features

On PlayStation VR 2, the game will benefit from:

  • High-resolution graphics with foveated rendering.
  • 4K high dynamic range at 90 / 120 Hz.
  • Headset rumble support.
  • Haptic feedback and adaptive triggers support.
  • Eye tracking support.

Is Crossfire Sierra Squad single-player?

Crossfire: Sierra Squad supports both single-player and online co-op missions for up to four players.

Launch Date for Crossfire: Sierra Squad

Crossfire: Sierra Squad will see a simultaneous PSVR 2 and Steam launch on 29th August 2023.

How much will Crossfire: Sierra Squad cost?

Smilegate Entertainment will sell the game for $29.99 USD.

Are you interested in Crossfire: Sierra Squad on PSVR 2 or PCVR? Will you be jumping in on day one? Let us know in the comments below!