70+ PlayStation VR games and immersive experiences will be available when the virtual reality headset launches next week on October 13th. Allowing PlayStation gamers to enjoy a wide variety of different VR experiences one of which is the humorous Job Simulator which has been created by Owlchemy Labs.
Check out the PlayStation VR Job Simulator launch trailer below to see what you can expect from this very unique virtual reality experience that allows you to carry out mischief at a virtual place of work, while trying to get through your daily backlog of work using virtual hands.
Hello Humans! IT’S ALMOST TIME TO JOB! Job Simulator is launching day-one on PlayStation VR! This means that the same day you get your meaty hands on your brand spankin’ new HMD, you’ll be able to use your virtual hands to cause unending mischief in Job Simulator.
We’re so excited to be launching on PS VR. We’ve spent a ton of time working to make a fantastic living room experience, making sure the game is super smooth, accurate, and squeezes every ounce of performance from the hardware.
This included spending an inordinate amount of time focusing on getting your hands in VR feeling “right.”
Whenever people get into VR, one of the very first things they do is look at their hands — hands are so intrinsically important to the person in VR. They’re everyone’s natural and primary method of interacting with the real world.
At Owlchemy, we fundamentally believe that one of the most important tenets of VR are hands that can naturally manipulate anything. When a player can seamlessly use their hands to accurately throw, grab, twist, smack, and generally cause mayhem, it’s a thing of beauty, and some really amazing physics-based shenanigans are possible. Juggling? Go for it! Balancing eight pieces of bread on top of each other and then toppling your bread-tower by tossing a half-eaten tomato? Go nuts. With 6-degrees-of-freedom hand interactions and accurate physics, almost anything is possible. We can’t wait to see what players will come up with!
To find out more about the PlayStation VR headset and the 70+ games that will be available at launch jump over to the official PlayStation website via the link below.