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Horizon: Call of the Mountain Is Launching Alongside the PlayStation VR2 In February

Guerrilla Games has confirmed that upcoming virtual reality game Horizon: Call of the Mountain will be released on February 22 as a PlayStation VR2 launch title.

Announced in a blog post on its website, Guerrilla finally revealed the release date for what was expected to be but never officially confirmed as one of the new headset’s 20-something launch games.

Sony announced that a Call of the Mountain bundle would be available for the PS VR2 when it revealed the hardware’s release date and $549.99 price point, but didn’t clarify if this would be available at launch. It certainly appears to be the case now, however, meaning those looking to buy the headset immediately can pay an extra $50 to have the game included.

It’s the only official PS VR2 bundle confirmed so far, though Sony has also announced a $49.99 controller charging station as an optional accessory.

Details on the software available at launch are still a little hazy, as while Sony has announced several games coming to the PS VR2 including Ghostbusters VR and Resident Evil Village, release windows for most remain at a vague 2023.

Other games announced for the platform include Crossfire: Sierra Squad, The Light Brigade, Cities VR – Enhanced Edition, Cosmonious High, Hello Neighbor: Search and Rescue, Jurassic World Aftermath Collection, Pistol Whip VR, Zenith: The Last City, After the Fall, Tentacular, and more.


Ryan Dinsdale is an IGN freelancer. He’ll talk about The Witcher all day.

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