Soccer meets archery with VR multiplayer game Nock available from today on PSVR 2.
Note: This article was first published on May 18 and republished on May 25 with minor edits to the headline and article to reflect the game's release.
Developed by Normal VR, Nock is a multiplayer game that mixes soccer with archery, where you direct the ball by shooting it with arrows. Previously released on Quest and listed as coming soon to PC VR, Normal revealed the PSVR 2 version runs at 90Hz without reprojection or foveated rendering. Headset haptic feedback is supported, there's a new spectator camera option, and a season pass with cosmetics is included with every purchase.
Featuring skill-based matchmaking and casual modes, here's an official description from the PlayStation Store page:
Nock is bow and arrow soccer. Skate and fly around a pitch while using a bow and arrow to blast the ball into the other team’s goal. Compete in multiplayer ranked matches, or play casual custom games with your friends! Like a real sport, Nock is easy to learn but difficult to master. Block arrows let you create obstacles and you can even use your body to make a goal or save. A fast-moving ball can knock you out.
This isn't the only recent announcement from Sony regarding PSVR 2 releases. Confirmed only hours before Nock, Rhythm Planet also joined the growing library on May 19, while Red Matter 2 arrived last week. Yesterday's PlayStation Showcase also gave us some new PSVR 2 announcements, including a surprise Beat Saber drop, a new look at Resident Evil 4 Remake VR Mode, and the reveals of Arizona Sunshine 2 and Five Nights at Freddy's: Help Wanted 2. It's clear that Sony's latest VR headset isn't slowing down anytime soon.