New Trailer Released For ‘Marvel’s Iron Man VR’ Game


Next month the new Marvel Iron Man VR game developed by Camouflaj and published by Sony Interactive, will be released. In this game you will be playing as iron Man to battle Ghost.

Here’s the official synopsis:

Tony Stark has retired from making weapons and instead creates technology used to battle evil as Iron Man. After several years as a world-famous Super Hero, Tony is attacked by the mysterious Ghost, a hacker and anti-corporate activist who repurposes old Stark Industries weapons. In her efforts to topple his empire, Ghost attacks Stark’s corporate locations around the world, leading to ever-escalating stakes and a final showdown.

The new trailer gives us a look at some of the game:

The game will release on Playstation 4 on July 3rd.

It was originally scheduled to release in late February and it was pushed back to April, so they could make it better. Then in April it was delayed again, likely due to COVID-19 and now it is finally coming out on July 3rd. I hope they don’t push it back again, but I see no reason why they would at this point.

You can purchase it with a VR bundle or just the game if you already have the VR.

The bundle cost is $349.99, and the game is $39.99.

It looks really cool.

Here are the Key Features:

Key Features:

  • Using two PlayStation Move motion controllers** fire up Iron Man’s Repulsor Jets and blast into the skies with an arsenal of iconic Iron Man gear at your fingertips.
  • Face off against one of Iron Man’s greatest foes in high stakes, action-packed battles.
  • Upgrade tech in Tony Stark’s garage to customize Iron Man’s sleek armor and awesome abilities.

What do you think? Are you looking forward to this game? Do you like VR games? Comment and let us know!

Source: Playstation, Tech Nation News

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