Marvel's Iron Man VR is set be released on July 3. Available to download from the PlayStation Store today, the demo gives PSVR owners the opportunity to step into the sky-high lifestyle of billionaire industrialist and S-Tier Avenger Tony Stark. It isn't long before trouble comes knocking, however, forcing Tony into battle against renegade drones of his own creation. Speaking of which, you will need a pair of PlayStation Move controllers to play the demo as well as the full game.
The demo features several a couple of missions and a playable cinematic, which impressed IGN in our Iron Man VR hands-on previous year, alongside two optional challenges.
The bundle will include a physical copy Blu-Ray copy of the game, a PlayStation VR headset, a PlayStation camera, two PlayStation Move Motion Controllers, as well as digital download codes for an exclusive Iron Man VR Dynamic Theme and 4 Custom decorative armours that can be used in-game. The game, as you can already tell by now, places you in the shoes (or visor rather) of Tony Stark and lets you control his Iron Man suit in first-person via your PlayStation VR (PSVR) setup. Currently, it appears that the full PSVR bundle listed above will not be made available in European territories.
Soar through the skies as Iron Man in this exhilarating VR experience, available on PlayStation Store.
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