Zombie Army VR, The Wizards, Wanderer: The Fragments of Fate and more announced for PSVR 2

For the first anniversary of the PSVR 2 headset, Sony dropped a PS Blog post making five big announcements for games that are coming to PlayStation VR 2 in the coming months. Heck, there was even a game launch and a free DLC update included for good measure!

Launching alongside the blog post was spellcasting action game The Wizards – Dark Times: Brotherhood, while Arizona Sunshine 2 got an update to let you have Corgi be your four-legged sidekick through the game. There’s also three more Horde maps, with a new one dropping each month from March through May.

Looking through the rest of the announcements, we had Zombie Army VR announced, Souls Covenant confirmed, and there’s release dates for Little Cities: Bigger! and Wanderer: The Fragments of Fate.

Let’s dive in:

The Wizards – Dark Times: Brotherhood | Out now

Previously released on Meta Quest as a remastered and expanded version of the 2020 original, this action-adventure spellcasting game can be played solo or in 3-player co-op.

Little Cities: Bigger! | Out 12th March

Purple Yonder’s diorama city builder has been ported to PSVR 2 with all of the updates and added content that they brought to the Meta Quest version over the past 18 months. It’s been enhanced with Sense controller haptics, headset feedback and more.

Wanderer: The Fragments of Fate | Out 27th June

This time travelling shooter is coming to PSVR 2 and Meta Quest 2 + 3 on 27th June, with the new gameplay reveal trailer featuring a trip back to World War 2 to reshape the course of history.

Zombie Army VR | Out 2024

The Zombie Army series is coming to VR for the first time, with developer XR Games partnering with Rebellion on this project. With support for 2-player online co-op, the game will be out across PSVR 2, Meta Quest 2, 3 and Pro, Oculus Rift, and PC headsets via Steam.

Soul Covenant | Out 2024

Previously announced for Meta Quest 2 and up, and for SteamVR, the JRPG of Soul Covenant is also coming to PlayStation VR 2. Set in a near-future Japan, you’ll be fighting off against a mech army with close melee-based combat. You’ll have buddies by your side in a squad of four, whether that’s NPCs or with other players.

So, what do you think to the new announcements? Personally, I’m wondering where Sony’s first party games are. We’ve not had anything new or even announced since the headset’s launch this time last year, and there’s a dearth of exclusive games (outside of the notable Resident Evil VR conversions) – every game here is also available on other VR platforms.

Perhaps this is why PSVR 2 is getting PC support later this year?

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