The PS1 had a T-Rex, and the PSVR 2 could be set to give you the entire Jurassic Park universe to explore.
PSVR 2 may take you to Jurassic Park soon
With only the PlayStation VR and the impending PlayStation VR 2 connecting virtual reality and consoles, it seems safe to assume that this will be included in Sony’s next-generation VR gear.
In its first-quarter ‘Interim Report,’ Thunderful, the parent company of indie and VR developer Coatsink, revealed that the studio is working on a “survival horror” game based on the Jurassic World IP (the Jurassic Park sequel series), which will be released in the second half of 2022 on consoles and VR.
While PSVR 2 support for Jaffa has yet to be confirmed, the headset’s library is already beginning to fill up ahead of its official release.
If Coatsink is indeed bringing Jurassic Park to the PSVR 2, it won’t be the first time the developer has worked with the dinosaur-filled property.
Prospective PSVR 2 owners have the likes of Horizon: Call of the Mountain, Firmament and Among Us VR to look forward to – even if the headset itself is yet to have a release date.
It was the developer behind Jurassic World Aftermath, the Oculus Quest-exclusive stealth game that mixed Alien Isolation-style predator-prey gameplay with the raptors and kitchen scene of the first Jurassic Park.
There’s a strong possibility then that Coatsink’s Jaffa could be merely a port of Aftermath, provided its Oculus exclusivity has been served.
However, it’s a big year for the Jurassic franchise, with a sixth film in the series (and the culmination of the “Jurassic World” sequel trilogy) landing in June. Jurassic World: Dominion tells the story of a world now overrun with genetically-engineered dinosaurs. Could it be that Coatsink’s next Jurassic title ties into this all-new storyline?
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