Marvel’s Iron Man VR Demo Recently Received A Backend Patch

A demo for the PSVR game might be released to the public soon.

Posted By | On 21st, May. 2020

marvel's iron man vr

Sony and Camouflaj’s upcoming PSVR exclusive Marvel’s Iron Man VR has looked surprisingly good in all that we’ve seen and heard of it so far, but if you’re on the fence about it, you might get a chance to try out the game soon. A couple of months ago, the game’s demo popped up on PSN as it edged closer to release, leading many to believe that Sony would be making that demo available to the public.

That was before the game was delayed from its May launch- but with a new release date having been set for July, they might be gearing up to release the demo again. As spotted by Gematsu on Twitter, the unreleased Marvel’s Iron Man VR demo recently received updates on PSN, indicating that Sony might be preparing to make it available to audiences.

With less than two months left until the game’s new July 3 release date, this does seem like a good time to release a demo, so here’s hoping Sony make an official announcement soon. Either way, stay tuned, and we’ll keep you updated on any new info that comes our way.


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