Will Blade and Sorcery get a PSVR 2 release? - everything we know so far

Someone casting a spell at enemies in first person in Blade and Sorcery
Credit: Warpfrog

Someone casting a spell at enemies in first person in Blade and Sorcery
Credit: Warpfrog

Blade and Sorcery is one of the most popular VR games, despite being in early access for almost six years at this point. However, while the game has made its way to standalone VR headsets in recent years with the Nomad port, you may be hoping it comes to PSVR 2 at some point.

There's a few titles from the best VR games like Blade and Sorcery list available on PlayStation VR 2, including the closest example, Swordsman VR. However, while the PSVR 2 is undoubtedly one of the best VR headsets, the games library is fairly limited. Regardless, if you've gone for the PSVR 2 over the Quest 3, here's whether Blade and Sorcery is coming to PlayStation.

Is Blade and Sorcery coming to PSVR 2?

Unfortunately, there's no plans for the PSVR 2 port of Blade and Sorcery just yet. However, it's not all doom and gloom, as Warpfrog have recently updated their roadmap to say that the developer will look into a PSVR 2 version after the 1.0 update.

There's no release date for the 1.0 update just yet, which will include the long-awaited Crystal Hunt, a progression-style mode over the sandbox shenanigans of the experience right now. Even then, Warpfrog may decide against a PSVR 2 port if it doesn't make financial sense.

One of the biggest VR games, Rec Room, isn't coming to PSVR 2 due to financial reasons. Fortunately, Sony has confirmed that it is working on PC support for the PSVR 2 headset, so even if the sword fighting sandbox game doesn't come to PlayStation, you could potentially use your PSVR 2 headset with the PC version.

In all honesty, though, we'd recommend opting for the standalone or PC ports if possible. A highlight of Blade and Sorcery is the modding. Finding out how to mod Blade and Sorcery and installing the best mods for the game is a highlight of the experience after you get bored, something that the PSVR 2 is unlikely to have.

That's everything we currently know about a Blade and Sorcery PSVR 2 port. Hopefully, we get some news after the 1.0 update in the near future, as we'd love to see how great the game looks with the PSVR 2.

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