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Iron Man And Five Nights VR Games Announced

Iron Man And Five Nights VR Games Announced


PlayStation began a new video series called State of Play this week, which will play host to announcements and updates for upcoming PS4 and PS VR software throughout the year. In the first episode, we got a few new PS VR games announced.

Iron Man VR

Camouflaj teams with Sony and Marvel Games to deliver the ultimate Iron Man experience in VR. With a mix of PS VR and PS Move controllers, you become Tony Stark. Not much is known of the gameplay itself, but you will control Tony as you fly through the air in your Iron Man suit, using your blasters to take down enemies. You control your hand blasters with two individual Move controllers, while viewing your surroundings in VR.

One antagonist was shown, as Ghost (who was seen in the recent Ant-Man and the Wasp) appears in the trailer. In a blog post in the PS blog, Camouflaj Director Ryan Python states:

Players will come face-to-face with iconic allies and Super Villains as they jet around the globe on a heroic mission to save not only Stark Industries, but the world itself. . . We have so much to reveal about the game and many fun development stories to tell, but we’ll save that for another day.

Five Nights at Freddy’s VR: Help Wanted

Another big announcement came in the form of Five Nights at Freddy’s VR: Help Wanted. The game acts as a collection of VR experiences based on the original Five Nights at Freddy’s games, but it includes several new experiences as well. Get immersed in the scares like never before.

Players will use either DualShock 4 or PS Move motion controllers to interact with the door and light controls in the offices, pick up objects in the repair games, press buttons on the video switcher, solve puzzles, and activate your flashlight.

Five Nights at Freddy’s VR: Help Wanted will be available on PS VR this Spring.

These are just a couple of the big titles announced for PS4. You can check our site for more on PlayStation’s State of Play, or you can check out the full video here.