Marvel's Iron Man VR Demo Out Now, PSVR Bundle Announced

Marvel's Iron Man VR Demo Out Now, PSVR Bundle Announced”

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.

According to Sony, the demo will just be a "small slice of the main game" but it promises to be enough of an experience to let players feel how it's like being Tony Stark. Speaking of which, you will need a pair of PlayStation Move controllers to play the demo as well as the full game. You should keep an eye out for the PlayStation VR Marvel's Iron Man VR Bundle, which is set to arrive alongside the game in the Americas. The first bundle includes a PlayStation VR headset, two PlayStation Move controllers, a PSVR camera, a PSVR demo disc and, of course, Marvel's Iron Man VR itself.

Sony Interactive Entertainment also announced it will release a Marvel's Iron Man VR PlayStation VR bundle alongside the game on July 3 for $349.99 Dollars / $449.99 CDN in the United States, Canada, Columbia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Mexico, Panama, Peru, and Republica Dominicana.

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The PSVR-exclusive title was originally scheduled to launch in May, but it was delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

A second bundle, available in Europe, includes a copy of Marvel's Iron Man VR and two PlayStation Move controllers, and will retail for around £85 GBP.

Jonathon Dornbush is IGN's Senior News Editor, host of Podcast Beyond!, and PlayStation lead.

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