British publisher Perp Games has made a name for itself in the virtual reality (VR) market through its continual physical PlayStation VR releases. Today, the company has announced its biggest lineup of titles coming globally in the next couple of months.
With a busy release schedule across most formats, PlayStation VR is slated to get six videogames starting on 19th June with Mini Motor Racing X from The Binary Mill. Originally released on PlayStation Store last December, the micro racing experience offers lots of tracks and cars for single-player and multiplayer racing.
Also coming from the same developer is Rush VR, the wingsuit racing experience which has been available digitally for a couple of years. Rush VR is slated to arrive in stores on 26th June. Making it a triple bill from The Binary Mill is Gun Club VR, a first-person shooter (FPS) focused on highly realistic weapons and gameplay mechanics. It’ll arrive on 3rd July.
Joining Gun Club VR on 3rd July will be Cortopia Studios’ puzzler Down the Rabbit Hole. This magical adventure puts you as an unnamed girl who’s searching for her pet, stumbling upon Wonderland in the process.
Probably the biggest PlayStation VR featured in this selection is Neat Corporations Budget Cuts. Scheduled to launch on 10th July, Budgets Cuts performance has been improved thanks to the studios’ advancements made when developing its sequel Budget Cuts 2: Mission Insolvency.
Last but not least is Headmaster: Extra Time Edition. Originally a launch title for PlayStation VR way back in 2016, this new version set to arrive on 31st July feature the core experience as well as the pass and play Party Mode and brand the new Lost Lessons DLC.
So PlayStation VR owners have lots to look forward to. As further titles for the headset are announce, VRFocus will keep you updated.