Today at Paris Games Week, PlayStation took the wraps off of several major new titles in the works for its new PlayStation VR platform. Here's a quick rundown of all the new VR titles that were announced.
Until Dawn: Rush of Blood
From Supermassive Games comes this new chapter in the Until Dawn franchise, made exclusively for PlayStation VR. Executive producer Simon Harris describes it as a "fast-paced, arcade-style shooter" that takes you on "a terrifying rollercoaster ride of thrills and scares."
Robinson: The Journey
Crytek is bringing a brand new IP to PlayStation VR called Robinson: The Journey. The game follows a young boy who crash lands on a mysterious planet filled with dinosaurs and strange technology, forcing him to explore these fantastic surroundings.
Crytek's Elijah Freeman says his team is aiming to tell "a story that is emotionally engaging and which resonates with players beyond the game world."
"Mechanized sports combat" isn't a real game genre, but it might be after the release of RIGS. Guerrilla Games Cambridge showed off a massive arena level set in the real-world city of Dubai.
Just two months ago, Volume enticed readers with its unique blend of stealth and action, and the promise of its powerful level editor in the hands of users. Volume: Coda is an expansion for the game with 30 new levels and a new protagonist. Coda will also be available to PS4 gamers, but it will debut first for PSVR. VR players will also get the full original game along with the expansion.
Rebellion's "reimagining" of the classic tank warfare simulator Battlezone will debut first on PlayStation VR before migrating elsewhere.
Along with the news that Tekken 7 is getting exclusive content for PS4 users, it was announced that Tekken 7 will also be available for PlayStation VR. No details were given about the VR version of the game.
Gran Turismo Sport
As with Tekken, the news that Gran Turismo Sport is also coming to PlayStation VR was little more than a tag added on to the end of the PS4 version's announcement.
You can expect to hear loads more about PlayStation VR games currently being made. Sony announced at today's event that more than 200 developers are currently working on PSVR games.
PlayStation VR is expected to become available to consumers sometime in the first half of 2016.