The PlayStation Experience has begun in California, with attendees able to play all the latest videogames and demos for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation VR. The live-streamed showcase kicked off the event, with PlayStation VR announcements including Resident Evil 7 biohazard and a brand new title, Starblood Arena. For the many owners of the head-mounted display (HMD) that couldn’t attend, Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE) announced that Bossa Studios’ Surgeon Simulator: Experience Reality can now be downloaded.
Surgeon Simulator: Experience Reality allows players to perform all of their favourite procedures from the critically acclaimed original, just in virtual reality (VR). A very tongue-in-cheek title, Surgeon Simulator: Experience Reality will take players from the operating theatre, to the back of an ambulance, to outer space, all whilst trying to save the trusting patient.
In addition to the original surgeries, Surgeon Simulator: ER adds exclusive new features for you to experience in VR. How about brain surgery in the dark and some new achievements? What about adding a 2nd hand to perform surgery like delicately remove teeth from a patient using nothing but a claw hammer, or to perform complex eye surgery in Zero-G.
Surgeon Simulator: ER is available today for PlayStation VR, and on Monday 5th, December it’ll be arriving for HTC Vive. Vive owners can pre-purchase the videogame on Steam for £14.99 GBP, or try Surgeon Simulator: Meet the Medic for free.
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