Marvel’s Iron Man VR arrives 2019 on PlayStation VR

Camouflaj teams with SIE and Marvel Games to deliver the ultimate Iron Man fantasy in VR

Hi everyone. I’m honoured to finally introduce Marvel’s Iron Man VR, a game we’ve been building over the past two years with one simple (and daunting) principle: deliver the ultimate Iron Man fantasy game exclusively for PlayStation VR.

What better way to announce the game than unveiling our brand-new Iron Man armour envisioned by legendary Marvel illustrator and costume designer, Adi Granov. In close collaboration with our partners and friends at Marvel Games, Adi created a new armour that, like the game, mixes a classic comic book aesthetic with an ultra-modern twist. We hope you love the Impulse Armor as much as we do.


From the very first day on the project, our team in Seattle has maintained an unwavering commitment to leverage the strengths of VR while enabling players to feel like the world-famous hero. We have focused on making flying, shooting and epic Super Hero actions feel natural and powerful on PlayStation VR. When you get your hands on the game later this year, I hope that you, like those on the team who have played early development versions of the game, take off your PS VR headset, smile, and say, “Wow… I feel like Iron Man!”

I grew up reading Marvel comics, especially Iron Man. (Iron Man #290 was the first issue I ever bought.) I loved the suspense, the armour, the tinkering, and how *just within reach* it all felt. As I got older, I began gravitating more to the man behind the armor, Tony Stark, and how fun and complex his character is.

Incredibly, that complexity has always been there, especially during the infamous Demon in a Bottle story, exploring a man at war with himself. This is why we’ve set our sights on not only giving the player thrilling moment-to-moment action, but also a deeply personal, and appropriately funny, narrative that puts players in Tony Stark’s armoured shoes.

And with our game, we wanted to tell more than just an origin story. In Marvel’s Iron Man VR the player, who plays as the genius inventor Tony Stark, confronts ghosts from his past — powerful forces who seek to ruin him and everything he stands for. By fully embracing the magic of PlayStation VR, players will come face-to-face with iconic allies and Super Villains as they jet around the globe on a heroic mission to save not only Stark Industries, but the world itself. We cannot wait to share more about how we are telling an original Iron Man story in a way that only virtual reality allows.

We have so much to reveal about the game and many fun development stories to tell, but we’ll save that for another day. Today, we are excited to celebrate with you that an authentic, fully-featured Iron Man VR game is on the way! Everyone at Camouflaj, Sony Interactive Entertainment and Marvel Games are hard at work on delivering a game that is truly worthy of the Armored Avenger.

Back to the Garage. Until next time!

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Sorry but judging by this footage, it’s an on-rails shooter. No thanks. I’d rather have a proper Iron Man game. Or at least a decent VR one.


If you actually watched, it wasn’t in-game footage.


Anthem got you covered


Max I watched the trailer from start to finish. It says “not actual in-game footage”, but it also says “dual Move controllers required”. That confirms it’s an on-rails game.

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“loved” note in video:

not actual gameplay


Yeah that’s got me really concerned. It’s launching this year but they don’t have actual gameplay footage to show? Not a good sign at all.


They usually never show gameplay in the first trailer.

Troll59games 26 March, 2019 @ 00:42

I think it’s a actual footage but some of the clips were not.


Man, I would love a full PS4 game, like Spiderman!

MiseryPrincess 26 March, 2019 @ 04:05

“Camouflaj teams with SIE and Marvel Games to deliver the ultimate Iron Man fantasy in VR”

As any fantasy i’d possibly have involving Ironman also involves killing or completely avoiding Ironman, that seems unlikely.


When the video started i thought this was finaly that Square Enix Avengers Project game that Crystal Dynamics is working on, i am not saying this will be bad but i hope we get proper Batman Arkham Knight-Spiderman type of game…

Carnivius_Prime 26 March, 2019 @ 08:31

Iron Man’s a jerk and a boring character that needed a drinking problem to become even remotely interesting.

Great! I was thinking of buying th ps vr but I dunno ,is it worth it now?am actually looking forward to oculus quest


Of course PSVR is worth it, it has the best games.

Oculus Quest has the power of a Samsung Tablet, weak.


Man, that was awesome, also I hope there is a version like Spider-Man.

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