Out this month on PS VR2:  Resident Evil 4 VR Mode, Five Nights at Freddy’s: Help Wanted 2, Arashi: Castles of Sins, Arizona Sunshine 2

It’s been an eclectic few months for PS VR2. We’ve been flung to the far reaches of space in captivating puzzle adventure Red Matter, explored the evocative sci-fi world of Journey to Foundation, teamed up to capture spooks in Ghostbusters: Rise of the Ghost Lord,  solved a supernatural mystery in 7th Guest VR, fought monsters in roguelike The Foglands and became a creature of the night in Vampire: The Masquerade – Justice.

And in the weeks ahead, horror thrills, survival horrors, action blockbusters and cozy sims await. Below you’ll find a roundup of PS VR2 games launching imminently and introduced by their developers. And with other titles such as Among US VR , Wanderer: The Fragments of Fate and Mannequin on the horizon, there’s more to look out for in the future.

Arashi: Castles of Sins | Out: December 5

“In Arashi: Castles of Sin – Final Cut, players are transported into the ultimate shinobi fantasy as assassin Kenshiro, the last surviving member of House Arashi. Using a combination of samurai skills and sneak attacks, along with your canine companion Haru, players will take their revenge by defeating the Six Oni who destroyed their house. The improved PSVR2 capabilities have not only allowed the stealth gameplay to be fun for players of all skill levels, but we’ve also used it to create a wide arsenal of immersive weapons like a blowgun, poisoned food, pistols, mines, arrows, and swords.

–    Tom Doyle, Co-Founder, Endeavor One, Inc.

Arizona Sunshine 2 | Out: December 7

“Get ready for next-level zombie carnage: Arizona Sunshine 2 is coming to PlayStation VR2 on December 7. Vertigo Games is back with the next-gen sequel to the original VR zombie shooter, packed with adrenaline-fueled VR gameplay and an all-new roller coaster story campaign. The best part? You won’t only have your friendly canine companion Buddy or Freds (editors note: zombies) to play with — co-op mode makes its return.”

-Nick Witsel, Game Designer, Vertigo Games

Resident Evil 4 VR Mode | Out: December 8

“The same development team who brought you the incredible full-length VR experiences of Resident Evil 7 biohazard and Resident Evil Village have worked to make a truly immersive VR Mode for Resident Evil 4 using the latest technology. Resident Evil 4 VR Mode is available as a free DLC for owners of the game. All of the weapons from the main story are represented in incredible detail and with intuitive controls to ensure you remain immersed at all times. In addition to these controls, the PS VR2 Sense controllers offer haptic feedback which feels unique for each weapon, be it a handgun, submachine gun, rifle or even combat knife. Combined with the intuitive feel of aiming and shooting in VR, the combat experience is more visceral than ever before. In addition to stunning VR visuals, 3D audio increases your immersion even further, making you feel as if you are right there in the game.”

–    Kumazawa Masato, Promotion Producer, Capcom

Five Nights at Freddy’s: Help Wanted 2 | Out: December 14

“Five Nights at Freddy’s: Help Wanted 2 is the latest installment in the iconic horror franchise, immersing players like never before through the astounding capabilities of the PlayStation VR2. Help Wanted 2 drops the player into dozens of intense, terrifying jobs offered by Fazbear Entertainment in order to discover which part of the Fazbear family suits them best. Whether it’s preparing food for guests, glamming up the animatronic stars, fixing technical issues with attractions, performing first aid in emergency situations, or manning the DJ booth, there’s a long term career path for all who are interested! The core of the game is designed to be replayable through randomized, dynamic challenges – keep up, or face termination.”

–    Ray McCaffrey, Executive Producer, Steel Wool Studios

Toy Trains | Out: January 16

“Feeling the need to relax, unwind and immerse yourself in a cozy, welcoming world? Look no further than Toy Trains!

Let your creativity loose as you put track after track creating your own, unique railway diorama. Grab a magical catalog and help tiny Railies build various meeting places and bring them closer together. PS VR2 unparalleled performance will allow you to see every crisp detail of this tiny world and truly feel it thanks to adaptive triggers. Being the most family-oriented VR device it’ll let you easily hop on board together with your loved ones.”

–    Cezary Skorupka, CEO, Something Random

Bulletstorm VR | Out: February 8 

“In Bulletstorm VR, you’ll embark on an ultraviolent journey of survival and revenge as you and your squad battle across the abandoned resort planet of Stygia. Skillfully dispatching your opponents into oblivion has never felt better since we’ve worked with the PS VR2 Sense controller’s adaptive triggers. We’ve made sure each weapon will feel a little different in your hands: you’ll feel the Chaingun’s insane rate of fire as you rain bullets down indiscriminately. A lack of resistance could mean you’re due for a reload or need a little more time to get a target lock on for that devastating sniper headshot. Thanks to these groundbreaking PS VR2 features, you’ll feel completely immersed in the heat of the action. This time when you crash land on Stygia, you’ll feel the heart-pounding, frenetic combat like never before – especially when you feel the vibrations of a big ass explosion.”

–    Ashley Nicollette, Lead Community Manager, People Can Fly

Border Bots VR | Out: February 8

“Border Bots VR is a light-hearted puzzle simulation set on a future earth where AI is in control. As a human border agent, you begin a new role as a booth operator at an AI travel border where you interact with a colourful cast of robots. Taking advantage of PS VR2’s haptic feedback and adaptive triggers, feel the immersion as you undertake inspections, root out contraband, and master a wide array of tools. It’s a riotous race against the clock to maintain order in a world teetering on the edge of robotic rebellion. The future is in your hands!”

–    Steven Craft, CEO, vTime Games

Discover more about PS VR2 here, as well as its range of experiences. You can also find out about the tech behind PS VR2 and how it was created in this PS Blog article.

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