Triangle Factory announced its squad-based shooter Breachers (2023) was set to arrive on PSVR 2 this month, however the studio says the game will be delayed, as it’s currently held up in Sony’s quality assurance (QA) process.

Update (November 28th, 2023): Triangle Factory announced Breachers is delayed, as the game is still being checked for QA. There’s no updated release date yet, however the studio says it will announce it “soon.” The full statement follows below, along with the original article:

Image courtesy Triangle Factory

Original Article (October 17th, 2023): The studio announced the news via X (formerly Twitter), saying the PSVR 2 version will include adaptive trigger support, trophies, and enhanced visuals. It’s also slated to include crossplay with Quest and SteamVR headsets. Unlike the PC version, the game’s spectator mode isn’t coming to PlayStation however.

Inspired by Rainbow Six Siege, Breachers brings some pretty familiar action to the table, letting squads attack or defend weapon in-hand. As Enforcers, rappel and breach through walls, swing through windows and catch your opponents by surprise with stuff like drones, cloaking devices, flashbangs and breaching foam.

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As Revolters, user gadgets such as door-blockers, trip mines, static field emitters and proximity sensors to stop the enemy from disarming your bomb.

You can find the game on QuestSteamVR, and Pico headsets, priced at $30. Besdies the November launch window, Triangle Factory hasn’t mentioned a precise release date yet. In the meantime, you can wishlist the game on PlayStation here.

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  • Naruto Uzumaki

    lol why.didn’t.they announced before quest 3 release date

  • gothicvillas

    I bought game on Quest 2, played 30min and never touched again due to incredibly bland graphics. Before i get it on psvr2, i deffo want to know how it looks there. Even pavlov on quest looks much better.

    • Oldboy

      Thats strange. I dont have a Quest but from the videos ive seen it looks
      much better than Pavlov, liike early PS3 games. Whereas Pavlov is PS2
      or below.

  • NotMikeD

    Another day, another “XYZ VR game launch delayed for PSVR 2” announcement.

    • ViRGiN

      I’m really curious if it’s the PSVR2 development that is causing troubles, or some sort of high bar of QC from Sony.
      Regardless, PSVR2 remains the PCVR for PS5 owners – just obsolete and abandoned.