The PlayStation VR game that will slide players into Tony Stark’s Iron Man suit takes more time in the lab. Developer Camouflaj announced it on Friday wonder‘S Iron man VR it was postponed to May 15th. Previously, the exclusive PlayStation VR was scheduled for February 28.
Camouflaj has announced the delay chirping, saying it was delaying Iron Man VR from Marvel two and a half months “to keep our vision and meet the high expectations” of the players.
In order to maintain our vision and meet the high expectations of our extraordinary community, we made the difficult decision to move Marvel’s Iron Man VR to a version of May 15, 2020. We truly appreciate your patience and understanding. You will hear from us again soon!
– Camouflaj (@Camouflaj) January 17, 2020
The PlayStation 4 game was announced in early 2019 and was originally slated for the end of the year. It promised “the last fantasy of Iron Man in VR”, allowing players to fly and fight in first person as Iron Man. When we played the PlayStation VR game last April, we discovered that Camouflaj had captured the sensation of flying freely in the super powerful suit by Tony Stark, thanks to responsive and intuitive controls with the PlayStation Move controller.
Iron Man VR from Marvel A trend of major game delays continues this week, another of which is based on a Marvel property. On Tuesday, Square Enix publisher delayed The Avengers of Marvel almost four months to September 4th. The company also delayed Final Fantasy 7 Remake, pushing the PS4 game to around a month. So Thursday, CD Projekt Red delayed the highly anticipated Cyberpunk 2077, pushing back the game for five months, from April to September.