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Iron Man VR now set for a July release date on PlayStation 4

The game was delayed due to the ongoing pandemic

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A still from Iron Man 2 in which Tony Stark is holding up his right hand charging a repulsor ray Image: Marvel Studios

Iron Man VR has a new release date. Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE) announced on Tuesday that the game would release on July 3. It was originally slated for May, but was pushed back due to the ongoing pandemic.

Originally announced at E3 2019, Iron Man VR puts players inside Tony Stark’s iconic armor, utilizing both the PlayStation VR head mounted display and Sony’s Move motion controllers. Developed by the team at Camouflaj, early gameplay showed players flying around in a bright blue sky and shooting planes out of the air.

Iron Man VR was officially delayed in early April alongside The Last of Us Part 2. At the time SIE said that “the global crisis is preventing us from providing the launch experience our players deserve.” Then, in late April, it was announced that The Last of Us Part 2 would be released for PlayStation 4 on June 19. Now Iron Man VR has a new release date as well.

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