Oasis Games announced that they have five games set for release during the launch quarter of the PlayStation VR headset for the Sony PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 4 Pro. Four of the games have solid release dates while the fifth will receive additional info later on.
Oasis Games will have Ace Banana, Pixel Gear, Weeping Doll, Dying Reborn and Mixip set to arrive on the PSVR over the course of the fall and early into 2017.
Alen Wu, the global business director for Oasis Games, commented about the five new games set for release on the PlayStation VR, saying in the press release…
“We are immensely proud to have a strong and diverse PS VR lineup to offer players starting with our October launch titles,”
“On October 13, we look forward to having our fun arcade archery game, Ace Banana out, with our shoot-em-up Pixel Gear and the dark, story driven psychological adventure, Weeping Doll to follow in the coming weeks in October. It’s going to be a great month for VR fans!”
As mentioned by Wu, Ace Banana will be a day and date launch title for the PlayStation VR, arriving on October 13th.
Pixel Gear will arrive on the PSVR starting October 20th, and it will be followed by the psychological thriller game, Weeping Doll, which is due for release on October 27th.
The horror-VR game, Dying: Reborn, is scheduled to arrive sometime during the early half of 2017. The press release indicates that the game will be available sometime in January and will also have a version made available for the PS Vita.
Last but not least is the futuristic, sci-fi spaceship shooter, Mixip. The game’s description reminds me a little bit of Game Arts’ Fire Hawk: Thexder but designed for new-school gamers. Unfortunately, TVR is still hard at work on the game and they don’t have a release window set for it… yet.
You can look for the other games to arrive at their listed dates for the PlayStation VR, which is also due for release on October 13th. For more info on each of the five games, be sure to visit the official website.
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