We've known about Creed: Rise to Glory for a long time now. This is the 4th major VR game from up and coming developer/publisher Survios. They of course started things off with their smash hit Raw Data, then followed that up earlier this year with Sprint Vector, and earlier this month they launched the surprisingly refreshing DJ'ing game Electronauts. Well, we don't have to wait too long for their newest VR game, because it's arriving on September 25th to the PlayStation VR platform! The game will retail for $29.99.
What about PC VR platforms? When will Vive and Rift players get Creed?That's a good question. Right now, we only have the PlayStation VR date of September 25th. One of the things we've seen with many multiplatform VR games, is they will sometimes arrive on PSVR first, then 30 to 45 days later hit the Oculus Store and Steam. This lines up well for Creed: Rise to Glory, especially when you consider the second Creed movie is arriving November 21st. So, we should probably expect Creed on the PC VR platforms around Halloween time or early November to coincide with the followup movie starring Michael B. Jordan.
One thing we can say about Creed: Rise to Glory, is regardless of when it arrives, we're excited to try the game out for several key reasons. First off, Survios has yet to make a bad game. Creed doesn't look like their first. Secondly, the game has been demoed at many trade shows and has seemingly always made an outstanding first impression, even to gaming journalists with zero interest in sports games or boxing games. We'll certainly be covering the PSVR version leading up to launch, and will also report on the PC-VR versions as soon as any info is available.