Robinson: The Journey is out this week for PlayStation VR – watch the launch trailer

Come face to face with extraordinary creatures in Crytek’s new VR adventure

We have lift-off! Tomorrow marks the arrival of Robinson: The Journey for PlayStation VR (Friday in UK & Ireland), and after a lot of hard work for an amazing new platform, we’re very excited to be able to share the launch trailer for the game with you.

We first announced Robinson back in June 2015, and since then we’ve been obsessed with delivering on our promise of a game that offered an “unparalleled sense of presence” in a virtual world.


Our inspiration for Robinson grew from themes that captured our imaginations as kids: science fiction, fantastical journeys, and, of course, dinosaurs. Stepping into the shoes of Robin – a young boy who is stranded on the mysterious planet of Tyson III – you’ll discover how PS VR has the power to bring all those elements to life in an entirely new way.


In your quest to discover the fate of your missing crewmates, you’ll come face to face with fantastical creatures, collaborate with two starkly contrasting allies, and uncover a world bursting with detail and lore.

Like all good journeys, Robinson also packs an emotional punch – placing you at the center of a story that will draw you deeper into the game world and – we hope – live long in your memory.


It’s always a special moment for developers to reach launch day. Partly because the hard work is done, but mainly because it’s the day we get to share the game with the people we’ve been making it for all along. The journey starts here.


Over to you.

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When is the move controller support coming out?

dustyearlobe69 09 November, 2016 @ 20:26

strange that ,when clearly you hold one in the game

Damn this is the only game that I’m feeling bad for not buying VR..

Really want this but will have to wait as £50 is too expensive for me.

This looks amazing! But how interactive will it be? :)

TIMETRAVEL1966 09 November, 2016 @ 13:04

SSee the walk through looks amazing

£50 This kind of pricing is already turning me off PSVR.


54.99 uk 39.99 on US store so works out around 30 it should be on our store ._.._


Getting shafted again

With Pricing like that I will be holding off until they come back down to realistic prices. This no way qualifies for that price taking into account no multiplier, very little replay factor and only a few hours game play I am not saying the game doesn’t look good but i’m thinking they testing the waters here on vr game pricing and this game doesn’t the current price tag allocated.

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