The full launch window line-up, which Sony defines as games releasing by the end of March, includes first-party titles Horizon Call of the Mountain and Gran Turismo 7, which will be available on PS VR2’s February 22 launch day.
On GT7, Sony says players will be able to experience all cars and tracks in VR with eye tracking and foveated rendering. Two-player split-screen races are not supported in VR, but “all other races”, including online ones, will be available.
Newly announced titles include ports of PS VR1 classic Rez Infinite, which will feature eye tracking and haptic feedback, and Tetris Effect, which will also support the unique PS VR2 features.
“With eye tracking enabled, you can enter the Zone by closing and then opening your eyes,” Enhance said of Tetris Effect. “You can also feel key moments of the game and your actions through headset feedback and haptic feedback on the DualSense controller.”
On infinite, it said: “Prepare yourself once again for THE ultimate version of Rez, a thrilling journey of sights, sounds and shooting action, except this time in PS VR2 with eye tracking (you can track and aim at enemies!) and haptic feedback from the controllers and headset feedback.”
Both Rez and Tetris Effect will be available be available as upgrades to the original games for $9.99 USD / €9.99.
The full PlayStation VR2 launch line-up is as follows:
- After the Fall (Vertigo Games)
- Altair Breaker (Thirdverse)
- Before Your Eyes (Skybound Interactive, launch window)
- Cities VR (Fast Travel Games)
- Cosmonious High (Owlchemy)
- Creed Rise to Glory: Championship Edition (Survios, launch window)
- The Dark Pictures: Switchback (Supermassive, launch window)
- Demeo (Resolution Games)
- Dyschronia: Chronos Alternate (MyDearest Inc., Perp Games)
- Fantavision 202X (Cosmo Machia, Inc.)
- Gran Turismo 7 (via free update to PS5 version of GT7)
- Horizon Call of the Mountain (Firesprite, Guerrilla)
- Job Simulator (Owlchemy)
- Jurassic World Aftermath (Coatsink)
- Kayak VR: Mirage (Better Than Life)
- Kizuna AI – Touch the Beat! (Gemdrops, Inc.)
- The Last Clockwinder (Pontoco/Cyan Worlds)
- The Light Brigade (Funktronic Labs, purchase includes PS VR and PS VR2 versions)
- Moss 1 & 2 Remaster (Polyarc)
- NFL Pro Era (StatusPro, Inc., free PS VR2 upgrade)
- No Man’s Sky (Hello Games, launch window)
- Pavlov VR (Vankrupt)
- Pistol Whip (Cloudhead, free upgrade)
- Puzzling Places (Realities.io, free upgrade)
- Resident Evil Village (Capcom, via free update to PS5 version of RE Village)
- Rez Infinite (Enhance)
- Song in the Smoke (17 Bit)
- STAR WARS: Tales from the Galaxy’s Edge (ILMxLab)
- Synth Riders (Kluge Interactive, free upgrade)
- The Tale of Onogoro (Amata K.K)
- Tentacular (Devolver)
- Tetris Effect (Enhance)
- Thumper (Drool LLC)
- The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners: Ch. 2: Retribution (Skydance, launch window)
- Vacation Simulator (Owlchemy)
- What the Bat (Triband)
- Zenith: The Last City (Ramen VR, free upgrade)
PlayStation VR2 will launch on February 22, 2023. Priced at $549.99 / €599.99 / £529.99, it includes the PS VR2 headset, PS VR2 Sense controllers and stereo headphones.
PlayStation VR2 owners will not, however, be able to play existing PlayStation VR games, after Sony revealed last month that the new headset will not be backwards compatible.
There is also a $599.99 / €649.99 / £569.99 bundle which includes a PlayStation Store voucher code for launch title Horizon Call of the Mountain.
A separate charging station for the headset, which allows players to charge the PS VR2 Sense controllers while keeping the PS5 console’s USB ports free, costs $49.99 / €49.99 / £39.99.
In a newly published PlayStation VR2 hands-on, we called the headset “a leap forward in comfortable, immersive VR”.