Freshly announced that the upcoming PSVR 2 will not be backwards compatible with previous PSVR titles, it has now been claimed that a number of original PS VR titles are being ported to Sony’s new headset as we speak.
Reply on Twitter to a reputable VR-focused YouTube channel ‘PSVR2 without parole’ dispelled fears that PSVR 2 adopters won’t have access to part of Sony’s VR back catalog by alleging that “tons of developers” are working on PS VR 2 versions of their original PSVR games.
It’s unclear which games are being referred to, but hopefully the stalwart Astro Bot Rescue Mission and Moss/Moss: Book II will be included in the mix, especially with the latter’s release just a few months ago. . The likes of Resident Evil 7 and Tetris Effect: Connected may be more wishful thinking, but we can dream.
It’s worth bearing in mind that PSVR 2 Without Parole was one of the first sources to accurately leak the specs of the headset as well as coming out of the gates early saying a 2023 release was likely, so their balance sheet is nothing to sniff at.
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It also makes sense for Sony, not only does it complete the catalog, but it also breathes new life into games, similar to the strategy Nintendo employed for its Switch re-releases of Wii U titles that may not have been loved. they deserved first time because of the console’s low adoption rates.
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