PlayStation VR Games Update: ‘Mortal Blitz’ & ‘Ghostbusters’ Confirmed; Interesting Details Revealed
PlayStation VR version of the upcoming first-person shooter video game "Mortal Blitz" has been revealed. The Korean developer Skonec unveiled the new trailer for the PlayStation VR version featuring improved graphical capabilities as well as a larger number of enemies on screen. In addition, a new Ghostbusters game is also coming to the PlayStation VR.
"Mortal Blitz" Creators Unveil Release Window of Upgraded Version
It should be noted that "Mortal Blitz" was first released by Skonec for the Gear VR in 2015. The creators have since been working on an upgraded version for the PlayStation VR to be launched in April 2017, Upload VR reported. Note that the fast-paced arcade shooter gets players in the role of a special agent trapped in the depths of a secret research facility where dangerous mutants have escaped from confinement. Gamers need to find a way out of the facility while fighting off the mutant forces.
In the meantime, the PlayStation VR game is expected to receive more enhancements. Skonec is expected to take advantage of the benefits of the PlayStation 4 hardware for "Mortal Blitz." Note that the creators of the game are yet to unveil the exact release date of the title other than its April window frame.
A New Ghostbusters Experience Is Coming To The PlayStation VR
In other news, PlayStation VR gamers are also getting a new game from the Ghostbusters franchise in the form of a location-based piece from The Void, VR Focus reported. PlayStation VR owners may now opt to get "Ghostbusters VR: Now Hiring." Note that the first chapter of the experience, "Firehouse" will put players in the role of a newly hired member of the team required to poke around the headquarters and capture a ghost with a ghost trap and a proton pack.
PlayStation VR title's first chapter runs roughly 10 minutes in length. Note that the experience was built by Create VR with creative input from the series producer Ivan Reitman. It has also been revealed that the episode costs $6.99 and requires a PS4, a PlayStation VR headset and PS Move controllers.