private | You can also play PlayStation VR games with PlayStation VR2

private | PlayStation VR games you can also play with PlayStation VR2 – Earlier this month, you could read about a number of PlayStation VR games that are now also available on PlayStation VR2 and might be worth buying. This time around we have a number of games that were originally released for PlayStation VR and have now been upgraded to PlayStation VR2. While last time was still a bit hit and miss in terms of potential costs, this time around all of the games in the article below have a free upgrade if you already own the PS4 version of the game.

Song in the Smoke: I kindled

Song in the Smoke was released a year and a half ago for PlayStation VR, Oculus, and the original PC. The gameplay is of course the same as in the original version, your goal is to survive in the wilderness. You do this by crafting tools and weapons, hunting, lighting campfires, and creating your own camp. Song in the Smoke immediately shows the added value of virtual reality to survival games. For example, you will sharpen spears yourself, make a campfire by hitting stones against each other, and crouching in the bushes you will have to aim your bow and arrow at potential food. For the PlayStation VR2 release, developer 17-Bit pulled out all the stops with a replay device that’s currently only available on PlayStation. Rekindled offers not only improved graphics, but also 4K resolution and performance modes that aim to use eye tracking and haptic feedback.

You can now jump freely, something previously only possible with some form of movement “teleportation”. All these innovations combined with the gameplay of Song in the Smoke will keep you entertained for hours.

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Upgrade if you own Song in the Smoke: Free.

Zenith: The Last City

The anime-inspired Zenith: The Last City is the first (and so far the only) MMO available for PlayStation VR2. Along with games like Pavlov, it promises to be a more social experience compared to all the single player games available. Combat in Zenith can be fast paced. During these moments, you feel the headset vibrate and with each attack you also feel the haptic feedback in the Sense controllers. The constant stimulation you experience makes the battles, world events, and dungeons a little more intense, keeping you completely immersed in the experience. However, it is not the combat, but the social aspect that makes Zenith so interesting. For example, we distributed a large number of thumbs up to the players. Zenith seems to have a fairly low cadence of updates, which isn’t very positive, although a major update (1.3) is coming out soon, which will add a new class, enemies, ban system and life skills (like chopping trees and cooking) that boost the immersion Needs improvement .

Upgrade if you own Zenith: The Last City: Free.

Puzzle places

Are you looking for a way to relax and unwind? Look no further, Puzzling Places is here to meet your needs. The game puts you in the serene environment where you can put together 3D puzzles. These puzzles can be simple and short with, for example, 25 piece puzzles, but also massive puzzles of 1000 pieces. The PlayStation VR2 version of the game adds an exclusive new 1,000-piece puzzle, improved selection through eye tracking and a more detailed and smoother 4K display with 120Hz screen refresh rate. The game controls are simple yet effective. This way you can easily select the pieces and place them in front of you as you would in real life. The puzzles are especially beautiful and impressive once you’ve completed them, so you always finish Puzzling Places with a sense of satisfaction.

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Upgrade if you own Puzzling Places (and any DLC): Free.

Cave Digger 2: Dig Harder

Cave Digger 2: Dig Harder is a roguelike-like experience where, alone or with up to three others, you can dig your way deep through procedurally generated mines in search of gems and minerals. The game has a very simple gameplay loop that consists of shooting, collecting treasures, and upgrading. Although the PlayStation VR2 version has improved in a number of aspects, such as better graphics and the addition of haptic feedback, the game still has some frustrating glitches. For example, the hand tracking is sometimes not accurate and it may crash sometimes. However, Cave Digger 2 – especially with others – is a fun game in which you’ll always want to go through mines to collect more loot, though it can get monotonous quickly when you’re playing alone.

Upgrade if you own Cave Digger 2: Dig Harder: Free.

Winton Frazier

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