Sniper Elite, A Samurai Game & Five New PlayStation VR Titles Announced

During a special PlayStation VR spotlight today, Sony Interactive Entertainment revealed seven new PS VR titles coming to PS4 and PS5. The last spotlight took place in February 2021.

Check out the games below:

Arashi Castles Of Sin

Arashi Castles of Sin is a stealth-action sandbox game coming to PlayStation VR in summer 2021. Arashi is built from the ground up for VR. With state-of-the-art movement and a deadly arsenal of feudal era weapons, there are endless ways to play.

Puzzle Bobble 3D Vacation Odyssey

Puzzle Bobble 3D Vacation Odyssey is slated to launch for PlayStation VR, PS4 and PS5 later this year.

It is the next evolution of the classic Japanese action puzzle game franchise so many of us grew up playing. For the first time in Puzzle Bobble history, bubble puzzles now take the 3D form to create new brain-teasing challenges which will test the most die-hard veterans and newcomers to the franchise alike.

Wind & Leaves

Winds & Leaves is a flora-builder game coming to PS VR on 27 July 2021.

Stranded in a barren landscape, you are the only being capable of mastering the ancient art of growing vegetation. Journey across the Steppe to gather ancient dormant varieties. Learn to read the signs of the various climates, awaken old landmarks, and grow your own forests in this VR flora builder.

After The Fall

After The Fall is an immersive thrill ride with fast-paced 4-player co-op action in a 1980’s inspired post-apocalyptic Los Angeles. This is not your typical sunny LA though; in After the Fall, all of hell has frozen over and LA has been left in ice-covered ruins. Set nearly 20 years after the apocalypse, the city is overrun with ferocious, once-human creatures called the Snowbreed that have driven humanity below ground, where they continue a raging fight for survival.

Fracked

Fracked is a seamless, fast-paced action-adventure game coming in summer 2021, which will be experienced on foot, and whilst skiing and climbing. Fracked equips you with an interactive arsenal, as well as special weapons, providing you with the tools to step into the shoes of an action hero.

You’ll be able to freely move (with 1:1 accuracy) throughout the level, whether that be on-foot, whilst climbing, on a zipline, or whilst hurtling down a mountain on your skis. The fluid action also provides you with cover shooter mechanics, giving you the freedom to intuitively grab environmental objects and use them to your advantage.

Wanderer

Wanderer is an action-adventure set in an alternate timeline. One where nature has taken over and everything you know about our real world has been flipped on its head. Is it within your control to change back the course of history or are some things just inevitable?

Wanderer lets you jump back and forth through time and dive headfirst into beautifully detailed worlds that pay homage to real events and moments from history. Wanderer’s themes explore historical, futuristic and post-apocalyptic settings while discovering bygone eras including ancient civilisations, war times, the highly contested space race, and the hippie-cultured 60s.

Sniper Elite VR

Sniper Elite VR is coming to PlayStation VR on 8 July 2021.

Southern Italy, 1943. Fascist forces occupy your homeland. Using stealth, authentic weaponry, and your skilled marksmanship as an elite sniper, fight for the Italian Resistance in this exhilarating first-person shooter. You will experience a powerful World War II story through the eyes of an Italian Partisan, rising with your brothers and sisters to protect your homeland from the fascist forces that threaten to destroy your homeland.

Sniper Elite VR has been designed from the ground up as a VR exclusive game that retains the authenticity that the title is famous for and delivers a new perspective on our critically acclaimed sniping and stealth mechanics.

Author: Alleef Ashaari

Aspiring writer. Born in Amsterdam, raised in Malaysia. Comics are my passion. A gamer and science fiction enthusiast. PSN: AlleefAshaari

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