Blade and Sorcery

Hit VR Game Blade and Sorcery Might Come to PSVR 2

November 2, 2021 12:02 PM

By: Patrick Perrault

 

In an announcement stating that Blade & Sorcery: Nomad will be arriving on the Oculus Quest 2 on November 4, 2021, Warpfrog has also stated that Blade and Sorcery will definitely not be coming to PSVR 1 but that it might eventually arrive on the PSVR 2. 

For the curious, Blade and Sorcery isn't coming to PSVR 1 because of its PlayStation Move controllers and tracking solution, which would not be a great fit for the game, according to the developers. This is the complete opposite for PSVR 2, which boasts the power of both the PS5 and the capability of the new PSVR 2 controllers:

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Indeed, the controllers are much, much better than PSVR’s! We are really excited about PSVR2. PS5 performance is also on par with PC, which means in theory we could port the PC version of B&S without much difficulty, and possibly even without compromising graphics at all.

It’s still too soon to make any announcements, but we are interested in porting B&S on PSVR2, as soon as it’s possible for Sony. But for now, let’s just say “we will see” and no promises, haha. You know how we roll!

PSVR 2 news has slowly been heating up, especially recently. For instance, Firesprite, a PSVR developer, joined PlayStation Studios, and presumably will develop for PlayStation VR. Firesprite then bought Fabrik Games to help them develop two games that are almost certainly PSVR 2 titles.

Boneworks is also likely to support PSVR 2 due to the new controllers, with a tweet back in March from Brandon J Laatsch saying that the new controllers are "well designed" and that by simply looking at them he thinks it's a 90% chance. 

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For more information on everything PlayStation VR, stay tuned to TechRaptor for more details.

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What do you think of this news? Have you ever played VR? If you have, have you played Blade and Sorcery? Let us know in the comments!

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Author: Patrick Perrault | Staff Writer
Patrick is a Staff Writer for TechRaptor and has been gaming on every console he could get since he could hold a controller. He’s been writing for nearly as long, with his first written work of note… Read More