Developer Camouflaj has announced on Twitter that the Iron Man VR game is being delayed until May 15th. The game was originally set to release on February 28th for PSVR. The reason for the delay is because Camouflaj needs more time to develop and polish the game to meet the expectations of the audience. The tweet announcing the delay is below.
In order to deliver on our vision and meet the high expectations of our amazing community, we’ve made the difficult decision to move Marvel’s Iron Man VR to a May 15, 2020 release. We truly appreciate your patience and understanding. You’ll be hearing from us again soon!
— Camouflaj (@Camouflaj) January 17, 2020
What we do know of Iron Man VR is that is not an on rails shooter kind of experience. Players will use the Move controllers to act as the thrusters in Iron Man’s suit to navigate levels, and using the various gadgets built into the suit to fight enemies. One of the main antagonists of Iron Man VR will be Ghost, who was heavily featured in the movie Ant-Man & The Wasp as their villain. Iron Man VR will not tie into the Marvel Cinematic Universe and is its own thing much like Marvel’s Spider-Man.
Iron Man VR is the latest in a number of delays hitting games that were expected to release soon. Yesterday, Cyberpunk 2077 was delayed until September while earlier this week there were announcements of Marvel’s Avengers being delayed until September, and Final Fantasy VII Remake was delayed to April.