The original PlayStation VR launched back in 2016, compatible with PlayStation 4 (PS4) consoles. The device was well received, with many citing it as a close rival to the quality of PC VR of the time. Upon the launch of the PlayStation 5 (PS5) however, many wondered how the PlayStation VR would work with the new system. Especially given that PSVR 2 is not backwards compatible with PlayStation VR software. If you’re wondering, here’s a guide for how to play PlayStation VR games on PS5.
Between all the major AAA blockbusters arriving this year, if you’re looking for a more unusual videogame then Humanity is it. From the minds that brought you Rez Infinite and Tetris Effect, this is quite literally a game about saving humanity for PS5, PS4 and PC.
Two months into the PlayStation VR 2’s lifecycle and Sony’s headset has been kicking up a storm on PlayStation 5. New virtual reality titles have been trickling in whilst launch games such as Pavlov are already doing well. There are plenty more on the horizon, so here are the PSVR 2 games coming soon.
Only released at the end of March for PSVR 2, Skydanc eInteractive’s The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners – Chapter 2: Retribution has already made the PS Store’s chart. If you’ve bought the game and want to up that trophy count, here are all 40 PSVR 2 trophies for The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners – Chapter 2: Retribution on your PlayStation 5.
It has been almost two months since the launch of PlayStation VR 2! That’s given new owners chance to get acquainted with their new VR headset, its launch games and the power of modern virtual reality. We’re now also starting to see the first gaming trends on the headset, with Vankrupt Games’ tactical shooter Pavlov becoming a firm favourite among players.