The exclusive title of the game Iron Man VR of the PlayStation VR has been pushed back officially until May.
The delay has been announced through a Twitter post by Camouflaj, the developer who has stated that the decision was made to push back the game so that higher expectations can be set regarding the project to meet the requirements. Originally, the release of the title was supposed to be in a space of a couple of weeks slated to be on 28th February.
Players are put in Tony Stark’s shoes by Iron Man VR as he takes on a mysterious villain called Ghost who has got ties to the past of Tony. The game is of a shooter who is story-driven wherein you get the opportunity to experience a new perspective of Iron Man who can solve puzzles, flies through cities and throughout the VR magic bad guys are blasted.
As we move into the year 2020, from the perspective of video games, the year’s first half looked promising as major releases were lined up in numbers which seems to come one by one. As ill-luck would have it, all the biggest of the releases which are slated to come in the year’s first half has been delayed. As Iron Man VR has been included the total numbers of titles that are highly-anticipated are four in number which got delayed this week only. Yet Another Major Game Delay, As Iron Man VR Gets Pushed Back.
As the release of the Final Fantasy VII, Remake has been delayed by a month to 10th April from 3rd March, they are not very lucky with other titles. Both Cyberpunk 2077 and Marvel’s Avengers, which are two of these years’ biggest games have their original dates being pushed to very late in September. Originally, the games were slated for release in respectively April and May, which means that both the games are delayed by a period of several months.
It might be a good thing for a gamer as a couple of delays can happen here and there and it could seem to them that the releases of the titles are high profile and non-stop and can be considered overwhelming to a certain degree. A lot of delays have happened for many of the games as there are no schedules in 2020’s first half. It is generally into ports and remasters, like the Vanquish and Bayonetta remastered bundle for February or considering the Metro Exodus’s release which is about to come at the Nintendo Switch.
In the horizon, a few solid titles can be found at least, out of which many of them a reset for March which includes heavy-hitters like Animal Crossing: New Horizons, Doom Eternal and Nioh 2 which are all hitting the shelves. The former has been delayed once already, as the game is slated for a release on the holiday season in 2019. But it can be assumed that not any one of these games is going to be delayed.
Speaking about Iron Man VR, you can play the game as it is going to be launched on 15th May 2020 for the PlayStation VR exclusively.