State of Play Debuted With Multiple PS VR Titles and Great Trailers

The State of Play broadcast tonight was short, but it did come with a lot of announcements, as promised by Sony. Prepare for a bunch of PlayStation VR titles! The first live show is only the beginning of regular updates from Sony.

The live stream began with Iron Man VR, at the end of the trailer showing that it’s coming to PS VR this year. We bet Iron Man fans can’t wait to try the suit in VR and fight bad guys!

Another title presented is Crash Team Racing, which will make an appearance on June 21st.

Hello Games’ No Man’s Sky Beyond update will also bring a VR mode this summer.

The new title is ReadySet Heroes, a fast-paced multiplayer dungeon crawler, developed by Robot Entertainment. You can choose your favorite character to race through a dungeon, but at the end of the crawl, you’ll have to start battling an enemy team!

London Studio brings another VR title to PS VR: Blood & Truth, which is available for pre-order now, and will be launched on 28 May 2019. By the way, I absolutely loved the trailer!

Days Gone was also presented in the first episode, as expected. The new trailers added more details from the story, as well as some gameplay footage.

Last but not least, Mortal Kombat XI revealed three more characters: Jax, Kung Lao and Liu Kang will join the line-up on April 23rd, when the game will be launched.

PlayStation VR – the full list of announced games

9 April: Falcon Age

16 April: Table of Tales

22 April: Jupiter & Mars

21 May: Everybody’s Golf VR

31 May: Trover Saves the Universe

18 June: Mini-Mech Mayhem

18 June: Vacation Simulator

Devolver Digital presented a rather interesting trailer of their science fiction thriller title ‘Observation’, which will be launched on 21 May, and it is now available for pre-order.

Five Nights at Freddy’s: Help Wanted is getting a remake for PS VR, bringing the original game, but also coming with new levels for players to finish – you can get this spring.

Another title that will come this fall will be Concrete Genie, developed by Pixel Opus.

Check back here for more details!

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