Over 30 PSVR 2 games are on track for the launch window, including Gran Turismo 7.
Sony just announced the news yesterday at the CES 2023 conference in Las Vegas. When the PSVR 2 launches next month in February, it'll be followed relatively closely by over 30 games, one of which will be Gran Turismo 7, available as a free PSVR 2 upgrade for all current owners of the racing game.
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Additionally, the announcements rounded out with Beat Saber coming to the PSVR 2 at some point in the future. We don't currently know when the hectic rhythm game will eventually make its way to the VR headset though, with Sony merely acknowledging that a port is "in development."
We're beginning to get a good idea of the PSVR 2's launch line-up. We now know that Gran Turismo 7 will be there on day one for the headset, as will the VR version of Resident Evil Village which, alongside Polyphony Digital's racing game, will be a free upgrade for anyone who already owns the base game.
Horizon: Call of the Mountain is effectively serving as the big PSVR 2 launch exclusive though, arriving with the headset on day one alongside the two aforementioned titles. This spin-off doesn't have Aloy in the starring role, but Sony previously confirmed that the heroine will be appearing as a supporting character instead.
The PSVR 2 launches next month on February 22, 2023. Head over to our PSVR 2 price guide for a full look at how much the new headset will set you back by.
You can also read up on our upcoming PSVR 2 games guide for a complete look over all the confirmed titles for the VR device so far.