PlayStation VR 2 doesn’t have a release date yet, although Sony is promising to toss out a number of game trailers today that might give us a good idea of at least some of the launch content arriving alongside the company’s next-gen VR headset.

The video goes live today at 3PM PT (local timezone here), and promises to deliver “some exciting reveals from our third-party partners, plus a sneak peek at several games in development for PlayStation VR 2.”

Check out the livestream below:

As for which games to expect in the reveal—that’s still largely a mystery. We’re at least guaranteed to see more of Horizon: Call of the Mountain, the PSVR 2 exclusive from Firesprite and Guerilla Games. We’ve seen a short clip on Twitter that’s promising a “new look” during State of Play.

 Horizon: Call of the Mountain is said to let platers meet Aloy (the main character of the Horizon games) and “other familiar faces,” however they will play as a completely new character.

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There are a few unfounded rumors floating around, so please ingest with salt: a Killzone franchise game from Supermassive Games, a Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II VR mode, Resident Evil Village VR mode, and even reports of a Half-Life Alyx port from Valve. Some of these are dubious at best (looking at you, HLA), so we’ll just have to wait and see.

Whatever the case, it’s clear the community has high expectations of AAA-quality titles coming to PSVR 2. The company has previously confirmed that “20+ major first-party and third-party titles” are coming to the headset at launch. Considering the company is already talking about launch titles, we’re really hoping they drop some sort of release window on us today.

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  • ZeePee

    In terms of specs and games, I am sticking to PC VR, much like I have stuck with PC gaming overall.

    But, if they start announcing some amazing games, like killzone, then there’s a high chance I’ll end up buying the whole PS5 PSVR2 set. I suspect there are going to be some epic exclusives on the way.

    But, I’m hoping those exclusives make their way onto PC VR too.

    • Michael Jones

      It’s very possible given HZD and God of War are now on PC.

  • Where to watch the noticeable lack of content

    • Corellianrogue

      To be fair it wasn’t a PSVR2 event, just revealing a few PS5 games that included a few PSVR2 games. I’m sure Sony will hold a big PSVR2 event with plenty of games once they announce the price and release date.

  • Tommy

    I gotta say, Horizon looks like a really good VR game!