Following its announcement earlier in the year, People Can Fly confirmed in August that Bulletstorm VR would be launching on December 14, though with the game now less than a month away from its intended launch, the company has announced a delay, pushing its release back by a little over a month.
People Can Fly and developer Incuvo have announced in a Twitter post that Bulletstorm VR will now launch on January 18, 2024, and that the additional development time will be used to further improve the experience.
“People Can Fly and Incuvo have made the tough decision to delay the release of Bulletstorm VR to January 18, 2024,” the Twitter announcement reads. “We know that Bulletstorm fans are eager to put on their VR headsets and kick ass in virtual reality. We aim to use this extra time to continue improving the experience to ensure that Bulletstorm VR lives up to the high standards you’ve come to expect from the well-known AAA FPS franchise and People Can Fly as a developer of high-quality AAA games.”
When Bulletstorm VR launches in January, it will be available for PlayStation VR2, Meta Quest headsets, and PC (via Steam). Stay tuned for more updates on the game in the lead-up to its release.
Dear mercenaries, an update on the release date for Bulletstorm VR: pic.twitter.com/xvypYqhsRo
— Bulletstorm (@Bulletstorm) November 20, 2023