Microids and Artefacts Studio have announced that their upcoming motorcycle racing game, Moto Racer 4, will be compatible with PlayStation VR. In a press release, the developers said that players will be able to enjoy road and dirt tracks in immersive virtual reality and that the game will include special VR features.
You can check out the E3 teaser trailer above.
In another press release, Microids also unveiled an E3 teaser for its upcoming adventure game, Yesterday Origins. Co-produced by Pendulo Studios, the game puts players in the roles of John Yesterday and Pauline Petit, “an immortal couple” who embark on a “journey through time and around the world.” The adventure title will include more than 25 fully-voiced main characters, and will also explore adult themes with racy dialog.
Check out the teaser below.
Moto Racer 4 releases on October 13 whereas Yesterday Origins releases on September 29. Both games are headed to PS4, Xbox One and PC.