PlayStation VR 2’s release schedule for December was looking a bit thin. But recently Five Nights at Freddy’s: Help Want 2 was announced and now the highly anticipated Vertigo 2 has confirmed its winter launch date. The surprise this week has been the confirmation that Vertigo 2 will be getting a physical retail release next year.
There were plenty of new VR games that arrived in October but there were also some delays. Vertigo 2 for PSVR 2 was pushed back to an undisclosed date. Likewise, so was Bloodious Games’ horror MADiSON VR which has been due on Halloween. Publisher Perp Games has now confirmed that MADiSON VR has been delayed until the new year.
PSVR 2 has a lot of good games on its release schedule for October. The likes of Ghostbusters: Rise of the Ghost Lord and MADiSON VR are just some of the few still to arrive. Previously part of that list was the highly anticipated Vertigo 2 from indie developer Zach Tsiakalis-Brown. However, that’s no longer the case with Vertigo 2 for PSVR 2 now delayed.
Tennis games in VR have grown rapidly in popularity recently. From simulations such as Tennis Esports to training affairs like Tennis League VR, and even the eccentric C-Smash VR. And now, Tennis On-Court has been announced for a PSVR 2 release, bringing both arcade and simulation style gameplay in a single package.
Perp Games has a long history in VR, publishing a multitude of titles in physical form for PlayStation VR. That’s going to continue into the future with the launch of a new event next week. It’ll host a PSVR2 showcase on Monday, 30th Jan, at 6pm UTC, promising new announcements and several surprises.