Sony’s first Nintendo Direct-style State of Play presentation has ended, and it’s given us a look at a number of games on the way to PS4 this year. The broadcast kicked off with the reveal of a new Iron Man VR game, but that was hardly the only announcement; we also learned about a No Man’s Sky VR update and got to see new trailers for Days Gone and Mortal Kombat 11, among other titles.
If you missed out on the presentation, we’ve rounded up all of the biggest news and announcements from it below.
Marvel’s Iron Man VR
Sony started off its State of Play presentation by unveiling Marvel’s Iron Man VR. Developed by Camouflaj in conjunction with Worldwide Studios and Marvel Games, the game puts players behind the visor of the Iron Avenger. No further details were shared beyond that, but Iron Man VR is slated to release for PS4 this year.
Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled
The remastered kart racing game Crash Team Racing Nitro Fueled launches on June 21, and we learned the PS4 version will include some exclusive content in the form of blocky, PS1-style character skins for Crash, Coco, and Cortex, along with a retro track and karts.
No Man’s Sky VR Update
Developer Hello Games is adding PSVR support to its sandbox space exploration game, No Man’s Sky, this summer as a free update. Rather than being a separate mode, however, players will be able to play through the entire game in VR. Additionally, the PS4 version of No Man’s Sky: Beyond will receive a physical release, and it’ll come with the base game, VR support, and every update through Beyond.
The isometric dungeon crawler ReadySet Heroes is coming to PS4 later this year. The game features four-player multiplayer and pits you against another team in a race through a monster-filled dungeon. Reach the end of the dungeon and you’ll face off in a winner-takes-all showdown.
Five Nights At Freddy’s VR
Arriving on PSVR (as well as HTC Vive, Oculus, and Steam) next month, Five Nights At Freddy’s VR: Help Wanted is a new VR take on the fan-favorite horror game, featuring remastered levels from the original games along with “all-new nightmares.”
from GameSpot – Game News https://www.gamespot.com/articles/ps4-state-of-play-all-the-announcements/1100-6465834/