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PlayStation VR: Capcom, 2K, Ubisoft and more making VR games

Over 230 developers and publishers from around the world are currently building games for PlayStation VR, Sony has revealed.

A press release providing more details on Sony’s new peripheral listed every third party publisher and developer currently working with PSVR, which includes some well-known teams, including: Square Enix, Capcom, Ubisoft, 2K, Crytek, Bandai Namco, Konami, EA and many more.

Sony’s PlayStation VR was revealed last night during a special GDC conference. It will launch this October, priced at $399/£349. However, the headset will not come with the (required) PS Move camera or any PS Move controllers, so you’ll need to factor the costs of these if you’re planning on buying one.

See also: PlayStation VR vs Oculus Rift

An exclusive Star Wars Battlefront VR Experience was also announced, though few details were revealed during the conference, with more information expected closer to launch.

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