Sorry, PSVR2 fans — you won't be ripping pixels in Pixel Ripped 1995 until 3rd October, 2023. Initially planned for release on 12th September (today, if you're reading this today), developer ARVORE has made a last-minute delay to this upgraded version.
In a press release, the studio says the new date is due to an «unexpected delay in the Quality Assurance process», and that's all we know about the situation. Still, it's only a couple of weeks more to wait, so it's hardly the end of the world.
Pixel Ripped 1995 originally launched on PSVR, but this PSVR2 version takes things a step further with a few enhancements. It implements «better graphics and performance, head rumble, and adaptive triggers», and those who own the PSVR version can get the upgraded port free of charge.
Are you looking forward to Pixel Ripped 1995 on PSVR2? Let us know in the comments section below.
Having grown up alongside PlayStation, Stephen has developed an eclectic taste in video games and a wide knowledge of the medium, from small indie gems to the biggest AAA blockbusters. Ever hopeful that the Burnout series makes a miraculous return.
Of course it's in October! Not like there are any other big games that month. Guess this game is getting pushed back to 2024 for me.
Shame, I was looking forward to that. Still, plenty to play. Quite apart from all the VR2 games I haven’t finished yet, or even started, I’m already getting Ruinsmagus this month.
@thefourfoldroot1Ruinsmagis seems interesting but waiting for Hellsweeper myself.
@Gooseman42 yeah Hellsweeper is the one for me. Ruinsmagus looks really cool though, just not a day one
My face is tired.
The only upgrade I want is to Skyrim.
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