Gran Turismo 7: PSVR2 support arriving as early as February

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Expensive peripherals for even more expensive cars: Gran Turismo 7 literally puts us in the cockpit in February, thanks to PSVR2

In the last few hours Sony has given us a lot to talk about on the front PSVR2and one of the most important topics is Gran Turismo 7which a the end of February will support the device. Naturally, those who already own the roaring engines of the latest generation will receive the appropriate update for free. During its conference, Sony also showed a short gameplay clip. Let’s briefly summarize what was said during the showcase: the titles arriving for the headset are over thirtyincluding Horizon: Call of the Mountain, The Dark Pictures: Switchback VR, and even games like this that aren’t exclusive to hardware.

Gran Turismo 7 zooms into view: February’s PSVR2 update

In addition to Polyphony Digital’s masterpiece, in fact, we will see other titles that in a similar way to Gran Turismo 7 were not conceived with PSVR2 in mind. Among the illustrious specimens we have No Man’s Sky, Resident Evil Village and, after the launch of the peripheral, also the remake of Resident Evil 4. Before imagining you sharing eyeballs with Leon Kennedy, however, it is our duty to bring you back with your feet land: the device costs more than the console for which it was designed, although there is no lack of pre-orders. The “big S” means assemble two million units by March.

As well as the headset itself, an update is also planned for on the 22nd of February. In addition to this announcement, Sony also shared its plans for a new type of controller to compete with Microsoft on the accessibility front as well. Let’s talk about the case Project Leonardo, with which the cobalt titan intends to open its collection of titles also to aspiring players with disabilities. You can see all the announcements (although not in the Dantesque language) by rewinding the video of the full presentation, which we have included above. There is no doubt: the future of gaming, for Sony, is all around us.

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