'Lethal VR' Latest News & Update: Shooting Game Confirmed to Release on PlayStation VR This Month; Get the Details Here!

By Astrid Cho , Updated Dec 17, 2016 01:46 PM EST

PlayStation VR players are in for a gigantic Christmas gift. It has been confirmed that "Lethal VR" will be released for the PlayStation VR in a couple of days. The title is expected to change the world of PlayStation VR forever.

What Comes With "Lethal VR?"

For starters, "Lethal VR" is a shooting game that was first delivered to the HTC Vive. It is considered the easiest shooting title since everyone can easily understand how a target range works.

"Lethal VR" comes with several levels that require players to shoot multiple moving targets as well as the use of two guns at once. There are also numerous weapons to be explored. Fans who have experienced the game stated that they enjoyed the title more than other shooting games.

Weapons in "Lethal VR"

Fans can use the hand cannon to take down culprits who abduct hostages. These villains sometimes use victims as human shields but with the PlayStation VR, players can easily end the reign of the antagonists without hurting the hostages. There are also a couple of knives in "Lethal VR" that can be used in defensive mode.

More Than Just Gaming

"Lethal VR" game designer Chris Roberts said last month that the game has been created for PlayStation VR so players can experience what they have never experienced in the past. "We have to consider that people are coming to VR new; it's a whole different thing than what games have done before," he said.

Now that "Lethal VR" is crashing into the PlayStation VR universe, more fans can enjoy gaming as if they're stars in an action-packed movie. It encourages players to improve their shooting tactics. Whether it's improvement in shooting angles or spinning quickly to shoot an attacker, "Lethal VR" on the PlayStation VR is complete action and fun.

When Will "Lethal VR" Arrive?

The long wait is over. The developers have announced that "Lethal VR" will be released on the PlayStation VR on Tuesday, December 20. Stick with Game N' Guide for more news and updates!

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