E3 2017 is in full swing – we’ve had several press conferences, announcing games that have shook gaming social media to its core – but developers and publishers alike are not done yet. Bandai Namco have now confirmed their full line up for E3 2017, including two VR compatible titles.
Project Cars 2 will be at the show – we’ve previously seen the game running on an Oculus Rift. The game will also be available for HTC Vive, and despite the game appearing on PlayStation 4, there’s no confirmation of PlayStation VR support yet.
Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown is another VR game the company want us to get immersed in. Currently confirmed for PlayStation VR, there’s not yet any word on Oculus Rift or HTC Vive support, despite the game being available on PC.
The other games we can expect at the show from Bandai Namco are Dragon Ball FighterZ, a 2.5D brawler from Arc System Works, Gundam Versus for PlayStation 4 and gorgeous JRPG Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom.
Bandai Namco’s continued support for PlayStation VR and PC-based head-mounted displays (HMDs) is promising – even if their support is rarely little more than a small gimmick, such as in the recent Tekken 7.
E3 2017 is bringing us more new titles all the time, and the show has only just begun. Keep checking back on VRFocus for all of the latest VR and gaming news.