Today during its pre-Paris Games Week press conference, Sony announced Ultrawings, Sprint Vector and Dead Hungry are coming to PlayStation VR.
Inspired by the beloved console flight sim Pilotwings, Ultrawings has been available on the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive for some time. While rumors had swirled around that it was coming to PSVR, nothing was confirmed until Sony’s presser today.
Previously announced for Rift and Vive, Survios’ sweat-inducing, high-speed runner Sprint Vector is also making its way to PlayStation VR. As we wrote in our recent preview of the game, “Sprint Vector is a first-person racing experience that serves as a showcase for the company’s new fluid locomotion system. Users pull the world towards them using their arms, while a momentum system builds the speed at which they move with. The result is a sort of futuristic take on track racing that’s quite unlike the team’s first game, the highly polished Raw Data. You take on friends online, running as fast as 300 mph.”
Just in time for Halloween, Q-Games’ fast food zombie extravaganza Dead Hungry is making its way onto consoles, so you can build burgers and toss them to undead patrons starting tomorrow.