One thing PlayStation VR is going to need to really convert the masses of PS4 owners over to VR is a great multiplayer experience. Bravo Team by Supermassive Games could be exactly what PSVR is looking for. Supermassive has already demonstrated that they know how to tap into the power of VR with both Rush of Blood and Tumble VR. We have to hope they can do the same thing with VR multiplayer. One huge bonus for PSVR owners is the compatibility with the AIM controller. It seems that Sony is really doubling down on the support for the PSVR peripheral. Bravo Team was originally scheduled for a December 2017 release but has been delayed till early March 2018.