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2021-10-14T15:27:25.255Z

Sony is celebrating PSVR's birthday and is pampering its subscribers with three virtual reality games, in addition to the regular three over the next month



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PS PLUS subscribers will receive six free games in November

Sony is celebrating PSVR's birthday and is pampering its subscribers with three virtual reality games, in addition to the regular three over the next month

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Thursday, 14 October 2021, 18:15 Updated: 18:19

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Sony has decided to pamper PS PLUS subscribers and it looks like service users are going to swim in free games next month: The company publishes a post on its official website announcing that during November, three VR games (virtual reality) will be distributed at no extra cost, in addition to the three regular games distributed monthly.

This means that during the month of November players will receive a total of six free games in the service.

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Sony is celebrating five years since launching the PSVR, the console's virtual reality glasses, and the company has decided to celebrate the event and pamper fans during the month.

Sony has not yet revealed which games the players will get, but they do publish a list of the five most played virtual reality games on the console - so one or more of them are likely to be considered a viable option.



Games released by Sony include Rec Room, Beat Saber, PlayStation VR Worlds, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim VR and Resident Evil 7 biohazard.

It is important to remember that you must be a PS PLUS service subscriber and have a Sony PSVR kit in order to receive the games and play in the titles of virtual reality.

The five most played games on PSVR (by game time) (Photo: Official Website, Sony)

So what's up with the next generation PSVR 2?

Sony had already announced the PSVR 2 glasses last February, but the design or any specific details about the new model have not yet been revealed.

What do we know?

Sony claims that the PSVR 2 will include extensive improvements in performance and interactions within the games themselves, and tracking of game location and movement will be improved, and they learned from the mistakes of the first model.



Sony noted that the new remotes will be inspired by the PlayStation 5's DualSense remotes and will also simulate what's happening on the screen with precise vibration - thus enhancing the gaming experience of the players.

Compared to the first model released, the PSVR 2 will connect via a single cable and installation will be much simpler compared to the number of cables and connections required in the past.



Sony has already stated that the new accessory players will not see this year, but it has promised that even after it markets the PSVR 2, the virtual reality players in the PlayStation 4 will not be abandoned, and it will continue to market VR games to the previous generation as well.

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