Star Wars, dark visuals and more Officially join the PS VR2 launch

Sony revealed a ton of PlayStation VR2 gamesbut was unsure what would actually come out with the headset on February 22, 2023. PS VR2’s launch lineup has solidified a bit as more games have been confirmed to release with the new hardware.

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Of the PS VR2 games that have been revealed, the following, as confirmed by PlayStation Store listings, will be released on February 22:

  • Star Wars: Tales from the Galaxy’s Edge – Enhanced Edition ($49.99)
  • Horizon Call of the Mountain ($59.99)
  • Zenith: The Last City ($29.99)
  • Cities: VR – Enhanced Edition ($29.99 and $26.99 for PlayStation Plus subscribers)
  • Tentacular ($24.99 and $22.49 for PlayStation Plus subscribers)
  • Hello neighbor: Search and rescue ($29.99 and $26.99 for PlayStation Plus subscribers)
  • Demo ($39.99 and $31.99 for PlayStation Plus subscribers)
  • The Dark Pictures: Switchback VR (no price stated)
  • The Light Brigade ($24.99 and $21.24 for PlayStation Plus subscribers)
  • Cosmonious High ($29.99 and $23.99 for PlayStation plus subscribers)

Jurassic World Aftermath Collection and Crossfire: Sierra Squad doesn’t have dates or prices yet. The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners – Chapter 2: Retributionon the other hand, is $39.99 and is coming to PS VR2 on March 21, 2023, a month after the headset comes out and over three months after the Meta Quest 2 release date.

After the Fall and Pistol Whip VR neither have release dates, but both will just be full PlayStation 5 upgrades of existing PS VR titles and will be free for existing owners. No Man’s Sky‘s VR mode will also be out at launch, but will be enabled via a free patch. Resident Evil Village‘s story campaign will be playable in VR and Resident Evil 4 the remake will have some VR content, but Capcom has been light on the details.

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These prices and dates come with pre-orders for the headset itself. They are only available at the moment directly through Sony and it’s unclear when users will be able to pre-order through other retailers.

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