Despite already saying a brand new number of FREE PlayStation Plus games this week, Sony has additionally introduced that PlayStation VR owners now have an excellent new game to play on their Virtual Reality headset with out having to spend a single penny to take action.
The PlayStation weblog has introduced a model new game that is been added to The Playroom VR, PlayStation’s informal VR video game assortment.
“The identify is ‘Toy Wars’. It’s a four-player co-op tower defense-style game set in an underground base underneath the bed room of our hero. You should shoot and smash waves of enemies coming at you with out the VR participant getting hit a single time,” explains Nicolas Doucet from Japan Studio.
“You must shoot and smash waves of enemies coming at you without the VR player getting hit a single time,” explains Nicolas Doucet from Japan Studio.
“As with different games in The Playroom VR, it has asynchronous gameplay – you can play Toy Wars alone in VR or with as much as three additional associates serving to you on the tv.
“The participant sporting the VR headset has totally different objectives and aims to these enjoying on the TV.”
“In Toy Wars, the primary VR character is a basic motion hero mounted on a swivel chair. The Dualshock four turns right into a Gatling gun so that you can shoot the smooth plastic bullets like loopy.
“The TV heroes are huge chunky mechs, piloted by our basic VR Bots.
“Using the DualShock four controller, you can punch enemies to stop them from reaching the VR participant.
“Each TV hero has a singular devastating cost assault so that you can discover a playstyle that fits you greatest.”
The information follows a whirlwind week for PlayStation, with followers patiently ready to seek out out which PS Plus free games can be introduced for the PS4, PS3 and PlayStation Vita.
Eventually and fairly some days after they need to have been introduced Sony formally revealed the road up with fairly a number of surprises.
The stand out games to be revealed have been LittleBigPlanet three and indie sensation Not a Hero for PS4 PlayStation Plus subscribers.
But collectively they’re joined by Starwhal and Anna: Extended Edition on PS3, in addition to Ninja Senki DX and TorqueL for the PlayStation Vita.
However, it is value noting that Starwhal, Ninja Senki DX and TorqueL are all cross-buy titles, which suggests they can even be performed on PS4.
The PS Plus February 2017 lineup in full:
- LittleBigPlanet three (PS4)
- Not a Hero (PS4)
- Starwhal (PS3, Cross Buy with PS4)
- Anna: Extended Edition (PS3)
- Ninja Senki DX (PS Vita, Cross Buy with PS4)
- TorqueL (PS Vita, Cross Buy with PS4)
These PlayStation Plus titles will probably be obtainable from February 7.