PlayStation VR users will have a big and long-awaited release soon: Iron-Man VR finally got a release date after postponements due to the new coronavirus pandemic, and Sony has prepared more news for the audience involving the game.
The game will take over the world from July 3 and has a free demo for PSVR starting today (21). It will be available on the same day, and will weigh 16.61 GB. In it, players will be able to play the Malibu tutorial, check out some cinematics, and get to know the mechanics of the title with the main mission Out of the Blue, in addition to the options that include flight challenges and advanced combat.
Whoever “zeroes” the playable demo will win a costume that can be used in the full game, which will receive a bundle with the PSVR accessory. The product box will include the PSVR, two PlayStation Move controllers, the PlayStation Camera, as well as the game and a disc with other playable demos from the platform.
The price of this complete package for the user to only have the task of connecting the virtual reality accessory to the PS4 will cost $349.99.
Remember, the PlayStation 4 will soon give way to the PlayStation 5. Meanwhile, sales of the current consoles are falling, to the point of disturbing the financial results of the Japanese. However, major releases that should end the cycle of the device, such as The Last of Us II and Ghost of Tsushima, may heat up sales at the end of this semester and the beginning of the next.
Are you looking forward to the release of Iron-Man VR for PSVR? What did you think of the game from what you’ve seen so far? Tell us in the comments!