Okay, so it’s probably not going to set the world on fire, but it’s free and could be fun for passing a few hours, so who’s going to complain?
Pirate Flight VR is billed as being ‘made for everyone,’ and is a causal flying VR title, so presumably it’s easy to pick up — perhaps ideal for younger gamers. There’s 90 missions for you to tackle across three vibrant worlds, with no landings or complex controls to get in the way.
Indeed, the blurb says that this is not a flight simulator, but simply offers arcade fun — plus there’s dragons for some reason, too. Pirate Flight clocks in at 90 FPS and features a default comfort mode, so you won’t have to worry about motion sickness.
Speaking of PSVR, it was recently reported that the PSVR 2 is set to enter production in the near future.