PlayStation VR games in August are not available on PS Plus

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PlayStation VR games in August are not available on PS Plus. Get this experience for free today

Sony’s new PS5 console will be supported by a wide range of game types, which includes a variety of video games.

These new titles, and upgraded games will be included in the next generation. This is good news for gamers who bought a PlayStation 5.

The number of PlayStation VR games in PS Plus has increased slightly in 2021, but that trend didn’t continue in August.

Subscribers will have the opportunity to download Hunter’s Arena Legends, Plants vs. Zombies Battle for Neighborville and Tennis World Tour 2 next week.

As you can see there’s not much to tempt a PlayStation VR user to put their headset on again.

With previous Virtual Reality months featuring Concrete Genie and Farpoint, it might take a while before there is something exciting for Virtual Reality enthusiasts.

Gamers can still download new games from the PlayStation Store to use their PlayStation VR headsets this week.

Sony confirmed the availability of a demo to test a fast-paced VR experience.

The demo is called Fracked and includes the ability to ski down the mountains while practicing for future gunfights.

The map will require players to traverse snowdrifts, and cover is a key part of the gameplay.

On August 20, the full game will go live to the public. Pre-orders of the Deluxe Edition can get up to 72 hour access to the game and additional bonus content.

The Fracked team sent this message: “The Demo opens with the hero after an avalanche and you are given the task of avoiding the next snowdrift.

This ski section is a thrilling and intense experience that immerses you in the action with its intuitive 1:1 movement. The adventure continues with frenetic climbing and combat as the player explores the wilderness.

Fracked’s core mechanic of Grubbable Cover energizes the genre. It’s actually called “run and cover gunplay”.

This is where the game’s innovation lies. They are ideas that are often at odds, but they are meant to keep combat exciting.

You may feel like an action star as the hunter at first, but then you find yourself overwhelmed and instinctively seek refuge. Cover becomes an essential tactical strategy for out-manipulating the enemy and you are the prey.

We feel PlayStation VR games can be too focused on technology that it is easy to lose sight of the game’s core purpose, which we believe VR should be fun.

You should make a gaming experience your top priority. Instead of focusing solely on a VR demo, ask how VR can enhance tried-and-true FPS sensibilities.

Publited at Thu 29 July 2021, 19:41:01 PM +0000

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