Gaming Iron Male VR postponed to May

Iron Male VR postponed to May

-

The PlayStation VR game that will let gamers slip into Tony Stark’s Iron Guy suit requires more time in the laboratory. Designer Camouflaj announced on Friday that Marvel‘s Iron Male VR has been delayed to May15 Formerly, the PlayStation VR special was anticipated on Feb. 28.

Camouflaj revealed the delay on Twitter, stating it was postponing Marvel’s Iron Guy VR by 2 and a half months “to provide on our vision and fulfill the high expectations” of gamers.

In order to provide on our vision and meet the high expectations of our incredible community, we’ve made the hard choice to move Marvel’s Iron Guy VR to a May 15, 2020 release.

— Camouflaj (@Camouflaj) January 17,2020

The PlayStation 4 game was announced in early 2019, and was originally slated for later that year. It promised “the supreme Iron Guy fantasy in VR,” enabling gamers to fly and combat in first person as Iron Male. When we played the PlayStation VR game last April, we discovered that Camouflaj had recorded the sensation of flying easily in Tony Stark’s super-powered fit, thanks to responsive, instinctive controls with the PlayStation Move controller.

Marvel’s Iron Male VR continues a pattern of significant video game hold-ups this week, another of which is based on a Marvel residential or commercial property. On Thursday, CD Projekt Red delayed the highly expected Cyberpunk 2077, pressing the game back five months, from April to September.

Leave a Reply

Latest News

Tunisia has an issue with internalised Islamophobia

Viewpoint / Tunisia31 Mar 2020 14: 59 GMTAuthorities perform disinfection works as asafety step versus COVID-19 at...

Dortmund’s Giovanni Reyna makes Goal’s NxGn list; is U.S. teen the next Christian Pulisic?

Stop me if you have actually heard this prior to: An American teen goes to Borussia Dortmund...

Canada’s huge banks have actually already fielded 213,000 ask for mortgage deferments under coronavirus-relief strategy

Canada’s biggest banks have fielded hundreds of thousands of requests from homeowners seeking to hold off making mortgage payments under a new coronavirus-related relief plan.More than 213,000 requests to defer payments have been completed or are being processed since the country’s six largest banks announced the plan last week, Mathieu Labreche, a spokesman for the…

You might also likeRELATED
Recommended to you