Nock, the popular multiplayer sport game, heads to PS VR2 on May 25th, 2023. Nock is a fast-paced bow and arrow soccer game which previously released to critical acclaim on multiple VR platforms. This latest release of Nock features visual enhancements, headset haptics, and a season pass with every purchase. The season pass will include over 30 skins, bows, and blocks. You can learn more below:
On May 25th, Nock, our popular multiplayer sport, will be launching on the PS VR2 platform. We’re thrilled to bring this fast-paced game of bow and arrow soccer to PlayStation fans, and we’ve made several improvements to make the experience even better.
One of the most significant enhancements we’ve made is to the game’s visuals. Running at 90hz on the highest resolution, with no foveation or reprojection. Nock looks better than ever on PS VR2. The crisp, clean geometry and vibrant colors make for a stunning visual experience that’s sure to impress.
We’ve also added headset haptics, allowing players to feel every bump of the ball during gameplay. This feature adds a new level of immersion to the physical sport of Nock and makes it even more exciting to play.
For those who like to share their gameplay with others, we’ve included a spectator camera that uses the power of the PS5 to render a second camera. With a variety of camera options available, this is perfect for streaming or letting friends and family watch you dominate on the pitch.
As a special bonus, we’re including a season pass with every purchase on PS VR2. This pass gives players access to over 30 skins, bows, and blocks as they progress through the game.
Finally, Nock supports crossplay with all major VR platforms, so players can enjoy the game with their friends no matter what platform they’re on.
We’re excited to bring Nock to the PS VR2 platform and can’t wait to see fans out there playing and having fun. This is just the beginning, and we’re looking forward to continuing to improve and enhance the game in the future.
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