Half-Life: Alyx: VR shooter from Valve to appear for PS5

Sony has many new ones this week PlayStation VR2 details revealed. In addition to the specs, there was also Horizon Call of the Mountain also a first game that was based on the VR headset PS5 will appear. Now rumors have surfaced about another VR title that is supposed to migrate from the PC to PSVR2.

Insider claims: Half-Life Alyx is coming to PSVR2

According to the information from @Shpeshal_Nick Valve and Sony are planning a PS5 release of Half-Life: Alyx on PlayStation VR2. However, he has not yet been able to reveal whether the title will be available at launch. Valve’s VR shooter was released on Steam in March 2020. We also have Test peeked at the new story in the Half-Life universe.

Steam has recently received several PlayStation games

Several games that were originally exclusively available on PlayStation have appeared for PC on Steam, but also for the Epic Games Store. Including titles like Horizon Zero Dawn and Days Gone. The release of will also be in a week’s time God of War on. Uncharted celebrates with the Legacy of Thieves Collection soon also his PC debut.

What do we know about PlayStation VR2?

Players can look forward to a new VR headset with 4K resolution and HDR. In addition, the glasses are only connected to the PS5 with a single cable. Eye tracking, headset feedback and the new sense controllers are also part of PSVR2. You can find more information about the VR headset in our report read from Wednesday.

When will PlayStation VR2 be available in stores?

Sony currently has no release for PSVR2 announced. However, the presentation of the specs as well as a first game suggest that the Marketing Campaign now possibly rolling. Recently there were also rumors about the imminent start of the Mass production in China.

Half-Life: Alyx – Check out the cool trailer for the VR shooter

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