It seems that 2020 has not begun with too much good footing for the videogame industry, and that in what we have been this year there are several works that have seen their launch date delayed. Among them are Cyberpunk 2077, Final Fantasy VII Remake, Marvel's Avengers and, as of today, it also joins the Marvel's Iron Man VR club, which postpones its launch for no more than 3 months.
As those responsible for Marvel's Iron Man VR have recently made public, the game will not land on February 28 as initially planned, but will do so a few months later. The new release date for this expected virtual reality work is May 15. "In order to offer our vision and meet the expectations of our incredible community, we have made the difficult decision to move the launch of Marvel's Iron Man VR to May 15, 2020," they explain from the developer. "We sincerely appreciate your patience and understanding."
I remind you that Marvel's Iron Man VR is under development exclusively for PlayStation 4 and the PSVR virtual reality device. The official description of the video game reads: "Tony Stark has left the weapons to create technology with which to fight evil like Iron Man. After several years of acting as a world-class superhero, Tony receives the attack of the mysterious Ghost, an anti-corporatist hacker that reuses ancient weapons from Stark Industries. To end its empire, Ghost attacks Stark centers on a reckless mission with a final combat."
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