Soccer meets archery with VR multiplayer recreation Nock accessible from as we speak on PSVR 2.
Observe: This text was first printed on Might 18 and republished on Might 25 with minor edits to the headline and article to mirror the sport’s launch.
Developed by Regular VR, Nock is a multiplayer recreation that mixes soccer with archery, the place you direct the ball by capturing it with arrows. Beforehand launched on Quest and listed as coming quickly to PC VR, Regular revealed the PSVR 2 model runs at 90Hz with out reprojection or foveated rendering. Headset haptic suggestions is supported, there is a new spectator digital camera possibility, and a season move with cosmetics is included with each buy.
That includes skill-based matchmaking and informal modes, this is an official description from the PlayStation Retailer web page:
Nock is bow and arrow soccer. Skate and fly round a pitch whereas utilizing a bow and arrow to blast the ball into the opposite workforce’s objective. Compete in multiplayer ranked matches, or play informal customized video games with your mates! Like an actual sport, Nock is simple to be taught however troublesome to grasp. Block arrows allow you to create obstacles and you’ll even use your physique to make a objective or save. A quick-moving ball can knock you out.
This is not the one current announcement from Sony relating to PSVR 2 releases. Confirmed solely hours earlier than Nock, Rhythm Planet additionally joined the rising library on Might 19, whereas Pink Matter 2 arrived final week. Yesterday’s PlayStation Showcase additionally gave us some new PSVR 2 bulletins, together with a shock Beat Saber drop, a brand new have a look at Resident Evil 4 Remake VR Mode, and the reveals of Arizona Sunshine 2 and 5 Nights at Freddy’s: Assist Needed 2. It is clear that Sony’s newest VR headset is not slowing down anytime quickly.