There’s now just two weeks to go until PlayStation VR launches worldwide to eager virtual reality (VR) fans. There’s been a fair few titles confirmed for release across all territories but some videogames may only see the light of day in certain countries. One of those looks to be Cyber Danganronpa VR: Class Trial, which has now been confirmed for release in Japan.
Gematsu has reported that Cyber Danganronpa VR: Class Trial developer Spike Chunsoft, recently confirmed the videogame would be available to Japanese PlayStation VR owners on 13th October for free, so long as they’re PlayStation Plus members. What’s also unusual is that no release date or price has been given for those who aren’t PlayStation Plus members.
Cyber Danganronpa VR: Class Trial was originally revealed at the Ani-Com & Games Hong Kong, in July 2015 as a tech demo. Since then not much had been heard about further development until Sony Interactive Entertainment Japan’s (SIEJ) Tokyo Game Show (TGS) press conference this month.
Spike Chunsoft’s title recreates the class trial portion of the first two Danganronpa titles, Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc and Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair, where the player has deduce which student is a killer.
There’s still been no confirmation of a western release for Cyber Danganronpa VR: Class Trial, but keep reading VRFocus for all the latest details on the title and its possible North American and European launches.