Codemasters has revealed that its upcoming off-road racer DiRT 4 will not support PlayStation VR at launch, but the studio is considering adding in the feature at a later date.
News comes following a new video posted by PlayStation Access on YouTube, where a user asked if the title would include PSVR support or not. This prompted the following response in the comments section:
“DiRT 4 won’t be PS VR ready at launch, as until then we’re focusing on making the base game as best it can be. However, it’s definitely something we’re considering once that’s done. Don’t worry – we’ll keep you posted on any updates on that front!”
DiRT 4 is scheduled for release on PS4, PC, and Xbox One on June 9, 2017.
The racing sequel will take players around the world to locations such as Australia, Spain and California, and “challenges you to ‘Be Fearless’ by capturing the thrill, emotion and passion DiRT 4 will take players around the world to locations such as Australia, Spain and California, and “challenges you to “Be Fearless” by capturing the thrill, emotion and passion of off-road racing. It recreates the heady mix of adrenalin and fear that comes from powering around a blind bend and the rush you feel going for a last ditch overtake when there’s not enough room on the final lap of a race. Off-road racing is about more than perfect cornering, it’s about heart-pounding split section decision making where bravery brings reward.”