It’s traditional for August to be fairly quiet when it comes to videogame releases. But there were a couple of big arrivals, one of them being Crossfire: Sierra Squad. Released for PCVR on Steam and PSVR 2, the tactical shooter was met with very mixed reviews upon release. Developer SmileGate Entertainment has been responding to community feedback with updates over the past few weeks. One major new addition has now landed, with Crossfire: Sierra Squad now supporting crossplay between PSVR 2 and Steam.
Summer tends to be a quieter season for videogames. Most major releases tend to be saved for Autumn, building up to the holiday season. The same is true for VR, with PSVR 2 only seeing a small selection over the past couple of months. August is definitely changing that up, with several big launches on the way. Here are the hot new PSVR 2 games on the horizon.
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.
Crossfire: Sierra Squad is rapidly approaching launch, and Smilegate want you know about it. Following the MR trailer revealed at Summer Game Fest, a brand new selection of Crossfire: Sierra Squad screenshots have been revealed.
The Crossfire series is in a bit of a quandary right now. The original game, launched back in 2007, remains hugely popular in China and South America. The recent Xbox Series X exclusive, CrossfireX, launched in a poor state and survived only around a year before being shutdown last month. And now we come to the VR exclusive Crossfire: Sierra Squad. Suffice to say, hopes aren’t too high.
Did you watch Sony Interactive Entertainment’s (SIE) PlayStation Showcase? What did you think? Because from where we were sitting as VR fans, it felt a bit underwhelming. PSVR 2 was never going to be the main event at the PlayStation Showcase but even so, what we hoped to see, ne what we needed to see fell well short of expectations. Were they too high? Maybe. However, with the amount of PSVR 2 games coming soon suggested a stronger lineup.