The flagship PlayStation VR2 launch title has received critical praise since its launch, some of which is highlighted in this new trailer.
Firesprite and Guerrilla's Horizon spinoff releases as a PlayStation VR2 exclusive upon the headset's launch next week.
New listings by the developer mention a new AAA multiplayer game built on Unreal Engine 5 that will blend "vehicular and on foot combat".
As a former Shadow Carja, Ryas works with Avad to investigate a new threat. Hami is tasked with escorting Ryas but despises him for his past.
Here's what you need to know when the Horizon universe expands into the VR space on February 22nd with the PlayStation VR2.
The Shell-Walker, Bellowback, Watcher and Stormbird are all included in the upcoming VR title, which launches on February 22nd, 2023.
Guerrilla describes Ryas as "driven and skilled", even if he has "lost faith in himself", while his time as a Shadow Carja has also "made him a capable fighter and machine hunter."
Sony has also unveiled a Horizon Call of the Mountain bundle for the headset, with pre-orders for the game also going live later this month.
Also mentioned are an open world game from Sumo Digital, a survival horror title by Firesprite, and a Returnal PC port.
A job listing on the developer's official website states it's looking to hire a narrative lead for a "a AAA narrative driven horror-adventure game."
Matt Southern, who's worked on the likes of DriveClub, MotorStorm, and Destruction AllStars, has joined Firesprite as a game director.
Firesprite Games has just announced Fabrik Games has been acquired by the Liverpool-based studio.
DYING: 1983, LEGO Builder's Journey and The Persistence add ray tracing and DLSS support, while Icarus adds DLSS and Global Illumination support.
Coming to PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, and PC with a free upgrade.
The Persistence director Stu Tilley speaks with GamingBolt about how Firesprite's horror title made the jump from VR to non-VR.
The rogue-like horror title will come to all non-VR screens soon.
"We're foot soldiers on the frontline of the console war."
Firesprite talks about its rogue-lite, first person horror VR title.
'We’re always going to be looking for something that has that kind of innovation, with those production values, definitely.'