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These four PlayStation VR2 titles shows major step up for VR games

As we know that PlayStation VR2 is confirmed to be launch in the future, little did we know what and how are the games are going to look like and experience.

In the latest article by PlayStation Blog, the team has managed to get an early hands-on with four PlayStation VR2 titles. The games which the team has tried are Horizon Call of the Mountain, Resident Evil Village, The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners – Chapter 2: Retribution and Star Wars: Tales from the Galaxy’s Edge – Enhanced Edition from Guerrilla, Capcom, Skydance Interactive, and ILMxLAB, respectively.

So, let’s dive down and learn more about the four PlayStation VR2 titles.

Starting off with Horizon Call of the Mountain, the game allows players to play from a first person perspective of Ryas, a captive and disgraced Shadow Carja soldier. Players get to enjoy the adrenaline rush with huge enemies with PS VR2 Sense controllers sending haptic feedback to give a sense of realism. Players also can use the iconic bow and arrow from the Horizon series to attack enemies as well.

Next, the Resident Evil Village has continued to make stride as the guys at Capcom has optimised the PlayStation VR2’s high refresh rate and vivid visuals to deliver an immersive thriller game. While the game is available on PS5 and the experience was good, the PS VR2 version delivers more deeper experience. Together with the haptics and immersive view, you can expect running away from Lady Dimitrescu to be more intimidating on the PS VR2.

The next game, The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners – Chapter 2: Retribution, offers users an accurate tracking of the PS VR2 Sense controllers when handling weapons and combat. The weapons includes revolvers, SMGs, assault rifles, shotguns, bows, and more. So, if you love to attack the walker from The Walking Dead, playing with the PS VR2 is going to be a splendid shooting experience.

Last but not least, Star Wars: Tales from the Galaxy’s Edge – Enhanced Edition for PS VR2 allows players to play as droid repair technician, Jedi or even IG-88. The game offers a quite realistic experience like manually reloading blasters and using the accuracy of the PS VR2 Sense controllers to manipulate tiny buttons on the avatar’s wrists. With immersive sound and haptics, the game will bring a smile to Star Wars fans as players will encounters with iconic characters like R2D2, C-3PO and Yoda.

What the PlayStation Blog team has explained their experience for the four PlayStation VR2 titles are impressive. The haptics and control are fairly accurate and easy while the headset give an immersive viewing experience for gaming. For now, the PlayStation VR2 is still yet to announced any availability or launch date so you might have to wait a while. Also, the games are still in demo.

You can head over here to learn more about the hands-on experience for the games mentioned above by the PlayStation Blog team.

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