Even a comparatively gradual week for the VR trade as an entire is stacked full of recent releases and bulletins. Till we’ve bought the definitive VR multi-tasking app it’s going to be laborious to maintain up with all the pieces that’s occurring, so allow us to aid you out with a weekly wrap-up of the most recent news, critiques, previews and releases for VR games.
We’ve had some launch dates for vital new releases this week throughout all three main headsets. Personally, we’re most enthusiastic about Statik, an attractive new puzzler for PSVR. That’s set to hit on April 12th. We additionally discovered that lengthy in-development first-person horror sport Narcosis will lastly grace our Rift and Vives in only a few weeks’ time on March 28th. One other PSVR sport, Korix, additionally arrives on the identical day.
Oculus gave us one other have a look at its slate of 2017 games earlier this month, and we’ve bought a number of impressions for you. Lone Echo is proving to be a captivating experience in unintended methods, whereas Rock Band VR is excelling in its promise to make you a rock god. We additionally bought a contemporary have a look at a really promising new co-op motion RPG, Karnage Chronicles, and a captivating childhood story in Along Together. Lastly, we went hands-on with considered one of PSVR’s greatest games of April, Starblood Arena.
If you happen to’re searching for our impressions on considered one of PSVR’s greatest releases of late, Unearthing Mars, you’ll discover them right here. Spoilers: We weren’t so eager on it, sadly.
It’s not the most important week for brand spanking new VR releases, however horror followers undoubtedly shouldn’t move on Paranormal Activity: The Lost Soul, which arrives on Vive and Rift in early entry. It guarantees to not scare you in the identical manner twice. Rift house owners ought to undoubtedly dive into the long-awaited Oculus Residence model of Uncooked Information, too. If you happen to’re within the EU with a PSVR, you’ve sadly bought squat.