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An extended Marvel’s Iron Man VR demo is out today

Sony Interactive Entertainment added a free demo for Marvel’s Iron Man VR to the PlayStation Store on Thursday, the corporate introduced on the PlayStation Blog. The PlayStation VR-exclusive recreation will probably be launched July 3. It was initially slated for a May launch, however was pushed again as a result of novel coronavirus pandemic.

The demo will embody the “Malibu” tutorial mission in addition to the “Interactive Stark Jet cinematic starring Tony, Friday & Pepper Potts, ‘Out of the Blue’ Stark Jet gameplay mission, Flight Challenge optional mission, [and] Advanced Combat Challenge optional mission,” in line with Sony. The firm described the demo as a “small slice of the main game,” however sufficient to get the participant actually feeling like Tony Stark. Players that boot up and play the free demo will get an unique armor ornament after buying the complete recreation.

Sony additionally introduced a brand new PlayStation VR bundle with Marvel’s Iron Man VR, which is able to price $349.99. Pre-orders open Thursday. The bundle features a bodily copy of the sport, a PlayStation VR headset, two PlayStation Move movement controllers, a PlayStation Camera, and a PSVR demo disc.

Marvel’s Iron Man VR is developed by Camouflaj, the parents behind République and République VR. In April 2019, Camouflaj founder Ryan Payton instructed Polygon the sport will probably be “a real big VR game,” however not so long as a “standard flatscreen [game].”

An extended Marvel’s Iron Man VR demo is out today

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