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More Evidence Indicates a Marvel's Iron Man VR Demo is on the Way

In March, earlier than the VR title’s second delay, a PSN listing suggested a demo would quickly launch for Marvel’s Iron Man VR. It’s probably these plans had been altered because of the aforementioned delay. Yet, new proof has surfaced that signifies a demo stays on the playing cards. The presumably free trial may launch someday quickly, too.

Yesterday, Gematsu noticed an replace, Version 1.02, had gone reside for the nonetheless unannounced Marvel’s Iron Man VR demo. Evidence of the replace seems within the PlayStation Network’s backend, and has been relayed courtesy of ps4patches.com. There are 4 listings in complete represented on the web site, every devoted to particular territories–the United States, Japan, Australia, and Europe.

Gematsu shared phrase of its findings within the following Twitter put up:

Speaking of PSN updates, the Marvel’s Iron Man VR demo ought to be dropping fairly quickly for the reason that model 1.02 replace for mentioned demo went reside earlier right this momenthttps://t.co/0FackH8nnEhttps://t.co/61oktyQiW4https://t.co/15pYYEnO2Zhttps://t.co/XtaG8WquxN pic.twitter.com/gL3ACbqMgv

— Gematsu (@gematsucom) May 20, 2020

Again, as of writing, there aren’t any concrete particulars on when the demo for Marvel’s Iron Man VR will roll out. Given the sport’s forthcoming launch date, it could possibly be quickly. Although, some VR adventures have been identified to obtain free trials post-launch; Polyarc Games’ Moss serves as one example.

Several weeks in the past, Sony pushed Marvel’s Iron Man VR out of its May 2020 launch, together with The Last of Us Part II. While Naughty Dog’s newest is now slated to hit shops in late June, Iron Man VR will launch a bit of later in the summertime on July 3rd.

[Source: PS4Patches through Gematsu on Twitter]

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