Paris Games Week saw the announcement of two newly revealed games for PSVR, and among the rash of PS4 trailers comes the news that Ultrawings, Sprint Vector, and Dead Hungry are all making their way across the aisle to PSVR.

Bit Planet’s Ultrawings is an aerial-themed, open-world game where you’ll pilot multiple aircraft to complete a variety of missions across an island-themed world. Ultrawings currently holds a [9/10] on Steam for its HTC Vive and Oculus Rift version.

Sprint Vector from Survios, the developers behind Raw Data (2017), are bringing their foot-racing game to PSVR too alongside the Rift and HTC Vive version. The locomotion scheme is brilliant, and offers a nausea-free, fast-paced experience. Check out our latest hands-on here.

Dead Hungry from Q-Games is also headed to PSVR, which as a low-poly game makes a lot of sense. It’s done well on both Rift and Vive, and we’d expect the same out of the fast-paced action game that works a bit like Root Beer Tapper (1983) except with a much more complicated order and, you know… with zombies.

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  • PJ

    Ultra Wings is brilliant, highly rated but criminally ignored.