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The VR Game Launch Roundup: Devilish D-Day Lasertag


If you’ve milked the life out of all the videogames in your library then it’s time for some new ones. As VRFocus likes to do every Friday, here are a few titles arriving in the next week you may want to take a look at.

Honor and Duty: D-Day

Honor and Duty: D-Day – Strange Games Studios

An online PVP shooter set during WWII, Honor and Duty: D-Day provides a variety of gameplay modes such as Team Deathmatch, Attack and Defend and Battle Royale, allowing for 32 player online matches. Originally released on console, this remastered version will include additional maps, new weapons and the option for players to jump into planes, jeeps and tanks.

Tower Tag – VR Nerds

Previously an exclusive title for VR arcades, Tower Tag is another PvP shooter for PC VR players. Combining high-octane blaster fights with fast-paced movement, the title features a grappling-hook mechanic to move through the arenas. Tower Tag offers 1v1, 2v2, 3v3 and 4v4 matches across Team Deathmatch, Elimination and Goal Tower modes.

Tower Tag

Hotel R’n’R – Wolf & Wood

Originally a PC VR release, Hotel R’n’R is a pure smash fest set in several hotel locations. You were once a struggling musician but thanks to a deal with the devil you are now a famous rock star. There’s just one small caveat, Satan wants you to cause as much destruction on your world tour as possible. You have to make an expensive mess without hotel management catching you and getting you arrested.

  • Supported platforms: PlayStation VR
  • Launch date: 28th May

Yoren – undefinedcompany

Set for an early access release, Yoren is an experimental magic sandbox where you can cast spells by drawing rune gestures, explore the open world to collect crafting ingredients for potions and battle numerous bosses. 

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