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From Gran Turismo 7 to Resident Evil Village: Check top 5 Play Station VR2 games to be launched in 2023

While VR2 is expected next month, Play Station has announced the games to be launched for VR2. There are a total of 30+ games, covering all possible genres, in the launch line-up coming this year.

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New Delhi: Sony is set to launch Play Station VR2 this year for a better virtual gaming experience. While VR2 is expected next month, Play Station has announced the games to be launched for VR2. There are a total of 30+ games, covering all possible genres, in the launch line-up coming this year.

After the success of PS VR with PS 4 and PS 5, it is time to ready your PS 5s for a better experience. Check out the top 5 much-awaited Play Station VR2 to be launched in February and March 2023:

1. Horizon Call of the Mountain

Horizon Call of the Mountains offers an experience with machines and tribal folklore while you try to climb the colossal mountains. The game is a visual treat, especially with virtual reality by your side, where a soldier embarks on a journey to save his people.

It is a single-player game compatible with both PS 4 and PS 5.

2. Gran Turismo 7

Much loved car racing game by Play Station will be available for a better visual experience. It brings the top features of the Real Driving Simulator. Available for Rs 4,999, the game will be there for the PS VR2 update without any extra cost.

3. After the Fall

Vertigo Games (Arizona Sunshine) brings an apocalypse game with virtual reality in VR2. The survivor of the devastation has to go to an alternate reality in the 1980s to save mankind.

The game is available for Rs 2,499.

4. Resident Evil Village

Who does not want to experience a Resident Evil game in virtual reality? Resident Evil Village will have 4K HDR visuals, eye-tracking and 3D audio in the PS VR2 version. The game is set after the events of Resident Evil 7: Biohazard.

You can buy the game for Rs 2,499.

5. Star Wars: Tales from the Galaxy’s Edge

Star Wars: Tales from the Galaxy’s Edge is coming up with an enhanced edition and follows a Droid Repair Technician who crash lands on Batuu. The game is available for pre-order and costs Rs 4,162.

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