Resident Evil Village VR trailer shows the game running on PlayStation VR2

A new trailer has been released Resident Evil Village VR mode.

The trailer shows the game in action Game drive VR2 which is due for release next week.

In addition to the fair weapon, the trailer also shows the player performing some tasks in VR, such as looking at a map, using a key, and playing the piano.

The trailer can be viewed below:

Resident Evil Village VR Mode – game trailer

The new VR mode allows the player to play through the entire story of the game in VR mode using the VR2 Sense controllers that allow them to feel vibration, recoil and resistance.

The mode is a free DLC add-on for players who already own Resident Evil Village or Resident Evil Village Gold Edition and will be available for download on February 22nd, the launch date of the PlayStation VR2.

The trailer also says that the demo will be downloadable for PS VR2 owners who don’t own a copy of Village.

PlayStation VR2 will be released on February 22nd and is priced at $549.99 / €599.99 / £529.99. For this, players will get PS VR2 headset, PS VR2 Sense controllers and stereo headset.

Sony confirmed last month that PlayStation VR2 release window selection would consist of 37 games with Horizon: Call of the Mountain and a VR version Gran Turismo 7 available on the first day.

Sources at Bloomberg recently claimed that Sony had cut its PlayStation VR2 release forecast in half after disappointing pre-order numbers.

They claimed that Sony’s shipment forecasts were cut from two million to one million units this quarter. In response, Sony issued a statement claiming that it “has not cut production volumes for the PlayStation VR2.”