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New Japanese PlayStation VR Trailer Showcases Winter Releases

Get the lowdown on the Japanese PlayStation VR line-up in a new trailer.

This holiday period is going to be a big deal for PlayStation VR owners. Following the successful launches of Gran Turismo Sport and No Heroes Allowed! VR, a number of big name titles are heading to the virtual reality (VR) platform in the coming months. Sony Interactive Entertainment Japan (SIEJ) has revealed a new trailer to showcase the full line-up.

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Featured in the trailer are highly anticipated titles such as The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim VR, Bravo Team and The Inpatient from British studio Supermassive Games, fishing experience Monster of the Deep: Final Fantasy XV, Resident Evil VII biohazard’s latest downloadable content (DLC), entitled Not a Hero, the recently revealed Gungrave VR and the ultra violent DOOM VFR, as well as the aforementioned Gran Turismo Sport and No Heroes Allowed! VR.

All of the above titles are expected to receive both North American and European launches, however Gungrave VR does not currently have a release date penned-in for either territory. Of course, Gran Turismo Sport and No Heroes Allowed! VR are already available worldwide.

The PlayStation VR has recently seen a boost in sales in Japan, accredited to the launch of a new edition of the head-mounted display (HMD). This new model, known as CUH-ZVR2, launched earlier this month and brought with a number of small yet significant updates. Chief among these is a new embedded audio cabling option and high-dynamic range (HDR) passthrough on the control box, removing the need for PlayStation 4 Pro gamers to remove the PlayStation VR from their console when wishing to play traditional monitor-based videogames on a 4K HDR compatible television.

PlayStation VR 2 headsetThere’s currently no word on when the PlayStation VR CUH-ZVR2 model will launch in North America and Europe, however the recent discontinuation of the original PlayStation VR model suggests it won’t be long until this revised edition arrives at retail in the west. It should be noted that the PlayStation VR CUH-ZVR2 model will not see the HMD rise in price and is compatible with all existing PlayStation VR content.

The brand new Japanese trailer for the PlayStation VR winter line-up of videogame titles follows below, and VRFocus will keep you updated with all the latest details on every new videogame coming to the VR platform.

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