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Check Out All PS VR Games Premiered in State of Play

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First episode of State of Play finally went live a few minutes ago and we get a lot of new trailers on PS VR games, Days Gone, Mortal Kombat 11 and some other popular and anticipated games, but not the ones you were expecting. Death Stranding, The Last of Us Part 2, Ghost of Tsushima and Dreams are still kept out of sight, but till when? No one knows. However, if you are looking for latest updates of PS VR games, do not miss stay with us through this post.

Iron Man VR

First trailer to be shown in State of Play, was somehow related to Marvel comics and reminded us of upcoming Avengers: Endgame. If Iron Man, who is somewhere out of Earth right now, is your favorite superhero, don’t hesitate to play it’s upcoming VR game, in which you will jump into Tony Stark’s famous suit to save the world.

Iron Man VR is developing by Camouflaj, the studio behind stealth adventure episodic game, République. According to the official description of the game, you will be able to customize your suit and use “an arsenal of iconic Iron Man weapons at your fingertips” to fight against the enemies.

Iron Man VR is set to be released in 2019 and if you want to see more, check out the first trailer below:

Blood & Truth

Sony’s London Studios is working on Playstation VR games for the company and its first project announced during Paris Game Week in 2018. Blood & Truth is a an action-thriller with tons of exciting moments that will take you to through a dangerous journey, facing with criminals and cartels to finally find justice.

Blood & Truth will hit Sony’s VR plaform on May 28 and it’s new trailer showcases more of its gameplay and breath-taking moments. Although the graphics, especially textures, could feature higher quality, still the game’s Hollywood-style scenes make you to sit tightly on your seats, during gameplay. Don’t miss the new trailer of the game, even if you don’t own a PS VR.

Five Nights at Freddy’s VR: Help Wanted

With an action-packed superhero-based game and a Hollywood-style shooter, now its time to welcome the horror genre on your virtual reality device. Five Nights at Freddy’s VR: Help Wanted is going to give you a terrifying experience of fear with featuring all levels and missions from the whole franchise titles plus some new adventures to go through by your high quality VR headsets. The will be available in Spring, so you don’t have to wait so much to jump into a dark, horror world. Check out the announcement trailer below:

No Man’s Sky: Beyond

Hello Games released an ambitious game back in 2016, following with poor reviews from media and disappointing feedback from players that was throwing both the studio and the game to a deep failure, but Hello Games does support its title very well and by release of its Xbox One version, No Man’s Sky came back to life again, containing more valuable contents and features that keeps players going in the game.

During State of Play, the studio unveiled its next step by announcing No Man’s Sky Beyond as a new update that will be bringing VR support to the game, along with an Online mode that will allow players to travel everywhere that they wanted to go. Playstation VR support will be added to the game in Summer 2019. Here you can watch the latest trailer:

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