Each month, PS Plus subscribers get access to three new games as part of their subscription. And from November, they will have the pleasure of discovering three free VR titles. A way for Sony to celebrate the anniversary of the virtual reality headset which has just blown out its fifth candle.
On Paper Geek, each month we relay the new selection of free PS5 and PS4 games for PlayStation Plus subscribers. And we have good news for the latter. Starting in November, they will also have access to three additional PS VR games. And this without having to pay an extra kopeck. A way for Sony to “To thank with dignity” players, the PlayStation VR virtual reality headset having celebrated its fifth anniversary on October 13th.
“Stay tuned for more information on the PlayStation Plus update in the coming weeks”, adds the video game giant. Enigmatic, the latter has not yet unveiled the list of three VR games that will be available in November in the PlayStation Plus selection. We will probably have to wait until the end of the month to find out more. Note that Sony’s message mentions the arrival of VR games “From November”. It can be deduced that VR titles will also be integrated into the PlayStation Plus batch of the following months.
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On its blog, Sony has taken the time to detail the five most popular VR titles around the globe. We find Rec Room, Beat Saber, PlayStation VR Worlds, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim VR and Resident Evil 7 Biohazard. Who knows, maybe one of these will be offered to PS Plus subscribers in November. In addition, the manufacturer recalled that several titles were fallow like Moss: Book II, After the Fall, Humanity or Puzzling Places.
It is clear that Sony is preparing the ground for its new virtual reality headset, the PSVR 2, which will be optimized for the PS5. The manufacturer is expected to unveil this new gem of technology in the near future. As a reminder, the new controllers compatible with the headset have already been presented.