Marvel's Iron Man VR takes a little more development time than expected. The Camouflaj team announced on Twitter that the release had to be postponed from February to May 2020. With the additional time, the makers want to meet the high demands of the fans. Marvel's Iron Man VR isn't the only game that's been postponed this week.
The Camouflaj development team has bad news for all fans of Marvel's Iron Man VR. According to a recent tweet from the studio, the release of the PSVR title had to be postponed. Accordingly, the game will now be released exclusively on PlayStation VR on May 15, 2020. Accordingly, fans now have to wait two and a half months longer before they can slip into Tony Stark's suit themselves. Originally, Marvel's Iron Man VR should be available as of February 28, 2020.
According to the tweet, the creators would like to spend more time in the project to meet the high expectations of the fans. The development team would like to report shortly with further information. The PSVR game was announced in early 2019. We also had the opportunity at the last Gamescom to take a first look at the Camouflaj title. You can read our opinion on Marvel's Iron Man VR in our special. You can find a trailer for the VR game here below.
Marvel's Iron Man VR joins a series of big games that have all been postponed for a few months this week. With Marvel's Avengers, this also included another Marvel project that will only be released in September 2020. Square Enix also had to postpone Final Fantasy 7 remake. Only yesterday, the makers of CD Projekt Red announced that Cyberpunk 2077 will be available five months later than planned.
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