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'Iron Man VR' gameplay demo arrives to satisfy your inner Tony Stark

The game and a PS VR bundle are on track for a July 3rd release.
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It looks like Marvel’s Iron Man VR truly will be arriving on July 3rd after being delayed a couple of times due to COVID-19. In fact, the entertainment giant has released a free extended playable demo of the PS VR exclusive, which is now available for download from the PlayStation Store.

Yes, you’ll be able to don Tony Stark’s suit, fly, shoot enemies and get a feel for the whole game. The demo includes the “Malibu” tutorial mission, an Interactive Stark Jet cinematic scene starring Tony, Friday and Pepper Potts, the “Out of the Blue” Stark Jet gameplay mission, the Flight Challenge optional mission and the Advanced Combat Challenge optional mission.

It’s not just the game itself that’s launching on July 3rd. There’s also a PlayStation VR bundle coming out that day, which comes with the Iron Man VR Blu-ray disc, a PlayStation VR headset, a PlayStation Camera and two PlayStation Move motion controllers. The bundle is now up for pre-order and will be available in the US, Canada, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Mexico, Panama, Peru and the Dominican Republic for $350.

In case you don’t have a PS VR yet and want to check if getting the bundle is worth it, you can also watch a video of the demo gameplay below.

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