PlayStation Announces 11 New PS VR2 Games, including The Dark Pictures: Switchback VR, Cities VR – Enhanced Edition, and Crossfire: Sierra Squad

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PlayStation has complemented its PS VR2 price and availability announcement today with the unveil of 11 new PS VR2 games, all of which are coming to the next-generation VR headset in 2023. The collection includes The Dark Pictures: Switchback VR, a new “roller coaster action-horror-shooter” from the developer behind the titular anthology series and The Quarry, and Cities VR – Enhanced Edition, a more intimate version of Fast Travel Games’ popular city-builder title. PS VR2 launches in February for $549.99.

The Dark Pictures: Switchback VR

Don’t blink – Immerse yourself in this fast-paced roller coaster action-horror-shooter where every move you make, and everything you see, could mean the difference between life and death. Experience the thrill of the most nightmarish VR roller coaster action-shooter, enhanced by the innovative features of PlayStation VR2 and set inside the sinister world of The Dark Pictures Anthology.

Crossfire: Sierra Squad

Greetings, mercenaries! We at Smilegate are thrilled to announce that we are working on a brand-new VR game called Crossfire: Sierra Squad! The first-person shooter incorporates innovative features offered by PS VR2, and is planned to launch on PS VR2 in 2023.

Cities VR – Enhanced Edition

We’re excited to finally show you Cities: VR – Enhanced Edition for the Playstation VR2. Cities: VR is a VR adaptation of the leading city-builder, Cities: Skylines, where you get to build and manage the city of your dreams. From small hamlets to grand metropoles, design road networks, manage your city’s finances, and provide your citizens with the services they need as you buy land and expand your city. Don’t worry, we’ll make sure to help you along the way.

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