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PSVR 2 Gains Four New Games Including Tiger Blade, Wanderer: The Fragments of Fate

Sony Interactive Entertainment has lifted the lid on four new games for PSVR 2: Tiger Blade, Wanderer: The Fragments of Fate, Pixel Ripped 1995, and The 7th Guest VR.

First up, Tiger Blade is a love letter to the Korean neo-noir action cinema, featuring stylish and adrenaline-fuelled combat. Assuming the role of a deadly assassin, players will face down hordes of hoodlums across lavishly detailed marketplaces, docks, alleys and streets in Sewoon, which is set in an alternate Korea. Tiger Blade is packed with tons of replay value thanks to a scoring and ranking system, while online leaderboards, speedrunning, and secondary objectives ensure you keep plugging away.

PSVR 2’s Wanderer: The Fragments of Fate meanwhile marries pulse-pounding action and brain-aching puzzles, with players rewriting the past to reshape the future. Here, you’ll be thrust into compelling stories plucked from history where you’ll take part in an epic time travelling adventure like no other.

Pixel Ripped 1995 is a nostalgia-soaked adventure game within a game, where hero Dot embarks on a quest to restore balance across dimensions. His solution? Recruiting 11-year-old David, who just so happens to be the best gamer of 1995. Here, you’ll experience a range of games that pay homage to the 16-bit and 32-bit classics of that era, all contained within an immersive virtual reality world. Expect 120 FPS, adaptive triggers and haptic feedback.

Finally, The 7th Guest VR takes the form of a supernatural 90s mystery romp and is a remake of the original game featuring fresh puzzles and new spaces to explore. Using PSVR 2’s technology, The 7th Guest VR employs 3D live-action visuals via ghostly volumetric video capture, with characters viewable from multiple perspectives as you play.

PS VR2 only enhances this experience. Eye-tracking allows you to delve into the intricate details of puzzles by focusing your eyes on specific pieces and areas within the rooms while the PS VR2 Sense controller’s adaptive triggers make every item feel tangible; PS VR2 headset feedback will convey the eerie presence of the characters as their stories unfold before your eyes. Plus, enhanced dynamic lighting and higher resolution volumetric video immerse you deeper into the chilling atmosphere.

All four games have yet to attract a release date but will launch on PSVR 2 in the ‘near future.’

[Source – PlayStation Blog]