Here’s another one. A Killzone VR game was apparently once being developed at Until Dawn studio, Supermassive Games. That is as indicated by Bryan Paul of YouTube channel PSVR Without Parole, which has been behind various exact PSVR reports in the past so this is one we would have rather not excused inside and out. Paul guarantees that Sony pulled the game from Supermassive around 2019 on the grounds that it wasn’t content with its progress.
Could Killzone VR currently be a PSVR 2 game?
Paul claims that Supermassive was chipping away at Killzone VR for various years before Sony communicated its disappointment with the advancement and chose to acquire improvement house. He has no clue about what’s occurred from that point forward however recons that the game could now be a PSVR 2 send off title. While the last option part of his assertion in the video above (through Reddit) is absolutely hypothesis, that Supermassive was allegedly chipping away at Killzone VR appears to conform to what we’ve heard previously.
In November 2018, Supermassive uncovered that it was working on “several” unannounced PlayStation exclusives. Taking a gander at its course of events of deliveries, the last Supermassive PlayStation special features were 2018’s Bravo Team and The Inpatient, which suggests that there was something different being developed for PlayStation that we haven’t seen hitherto. Might that at some point be Killzone VR? Possibly.
Unfortunately, no word on whether Sony canned the undertaking or chose to change it into a PSVR 2 game. Assuming that it is as yet alive, Killzone VR’s been stayed quiet about firmly dissimilar to Horizon: Call of the Mountain, which released well before the PSVR 2 was even declared. Taking everything into account, we wouldn’t exhort pausing your breathing for that one.
In other news, rumors from far and wide suggest that Bethesda’s Indiana Jones game isn’t an Xbox exclusive, and Star Wars Jedi: Survivor will take full advantage of the PS5.