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Resident Evil 7 and Batman: Arkham VR will be timed PlayStation VR exclusives

Swear to me...that this won't be for long

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We're counting down the days until PlayStation VR launches on the market, and what an exciting time it is. However it's not all sunshine and rainbows for the gaming community as PlayStation bites back with two time-limited VR exclusives.



Both Resident Evil 7 and Batman: Arkham VR are set to launch exclusively on PlayStation VR and after Xbox/Microsoft claimed Rise of the Tomb Raider for their yearly exclusive, we can't really be mad. Where Resident Evil 7 VR is staying exclusive for a year, Batman: Arkham VR eases the strain a little bit by setting their expiration to March 31st 2017.

Resident Evil 7 is highly anticipated by the horror-lovers and adrenaline junkies as you walk around a dilapidated house in search of just what the hell is going on. The major concern regarding the game was its severe problem with making players nauseous earlier on in the year.

Obviously with everything that's going on around you it's easy to pass it off as environmental nausea but where the PSVR headset used to sit at 60 FPS, 30 FPS below the Vive and Oculus at the time, the developers had to make up the slack and give the game a little tweak. Thankfully the PSVR joined the ranks of 90 FPS, so let's hope that nausea is a thing of the past.

We're still looking forward to it regardless of a few hiccups. Batman: Arkham VR is set to launch next week alongside the PSVR, while Resident Evil 7 will be coming early next year.



 

Emily Sowden 4 October 2016
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