Grab your guns and get into Pandora once again with Borderlands 2 VR on PSVR, coming out December 14.
Unlike the original, the title doesn’t feature co-op, but developer Gearbox has tweaked some of the co-op aspects of the original to suit this game’s single-player design. For instance, in Borderlands 2 VR players can simultaneously drive a vehicle (using the PlayStation Move motion controllers) and aim its guns (using the headset).
The game also includes a bullet-time slow-mo feature called BAMF Time (BadAss Mega Fun Time) that is included as an upgrade to existing abilities.
[Source: Official PlayStation Blog]