PSVR 2 Review Embargo Details Revealed, Sony Has A Lot More Surprises Planned Before Launch
Details regarding the review embargo for Sony’s upcoming virtual reality headset, the PSVR 2, have been revealed.
According to PSVR2 Without Parole, the review embargo for PSVR 2 is set to be lifted on February 15, 2023, and Sony has a lot more surprises lined up prior to the virtual reality headset’s launch.
Bryan Paul of PSVR2 Without Parole stated that recent email exchanges with Sony regarding PSVR 2 game review keys have revealed some surprises. He added that he believes we’ll be seeing even more PSVR 2 surprises coming from Sony in the near future, whether they’re for launch games or launch window games. According to him, the game reveals for the upcoming virtual reality headset are far from done.
Wes Dillon of Virtual Strangers stated that he wasn’t expecting one of the surprise games to be a part of the lineup for PSVR 2, though he refrained from going into further detail due to the embargo. He added that there are over 100 games in development for the virtual reality headset.
As such, it appears that the official launch lineup for PSVR 2 that was previously revealed by Sony is not final. The lineup known thus far comprises of a varied list of titles. The console maker has been tracking more than 30 games for the launch window through March, including titles from popular IP like Horizon Call of the Mountain, No Man’s Sky, and Resident Evil Village. A free PSVR 2 update for Gran Turismo 7 is also on track for launch day.
PlayStation has revealed various aspects and features regarding the PSVR2 over the past few months, including the launch date and price. The PlayStation VR2 will go on sale on February 22, 2023 for the recommended retail price of $549.99 / €599.99 / £529.99 / ¥74,980. The same day will also see the release of the PlayStation VR2 Sense controller charging station, which is made specifically for this controller.
Those in the United States who are interested in purchasing the PSVR 2 at launch can do so by pre-ordering directly from PlayStation here, while folks in the UK can do so here.