The VR Drop: Unjamming Secret Mysteries

Welcome to another weekly look at the virtual reality (VR) videogames set to debut across multiple headsets in the coming week. There are some big titles to round out August with Schell Games’ popular escape room franchise returning and Cyan Worlds’ iconic ’90s puzzler hitting PC VR headsets.

I Expect You To Die 2 – Schell Games

Get ready to immerse yourself back into the world of espionage and death-defying escapes as Schell Games is set to launch its long-awaited I Expect You To Die 2: The Spy and The Liar. It carries on directly from where the original left off, putting you back in the shoes of a daring secret agent trying to stop Dr. Zor and the Zoraxis organisation from taking over the world. The adventure will take place over six missions, from theatrical venues to the classic private jet.

  • Supported platforms: PlayStation VR, Oculus Quest, Oculus Rift, HTC Vive and Valve Index
  • Launch date: 24th August
  • Mondly: Practice Languages in VR – ATi Studios

    Originally released back in 2017 for the now-defunct Google Daydream, Mondly is a teaching tool where you can learn 29 languages. Supporting English, Spanish, German, French, Italian, Arabic, Russian, Korean, Chinese and many more, Mondly drops you in realistic events to make the learning experience more natural.

  • Supported platforms: Oculus Quest
  • Launch date: 26th August
  • Traffic Jams – Little Chicken

    Keep your wits about you and don’t let the traffic build up or let pedestrians get run over in Traffic Jams, a comedic take on keeping city streets running. Set across a variety of locations around the world including Paris and New York City, it isn’t just wayward commuters and vehicles you need to watch out for, events such as “cheese bowling” will crop up and then there are the spontaneously combusting buildings and the occasional meteorites to deal with.

  • Supported platforms: PlayStation VR
  • Launch date: 26th August
  • Myst – Cyan Worlds

    A puzzle classic that first arrived back in 2020 for Oculus Quest, Myst has been reimagined specifically for VR featuring new art, sound and updated accessibility options. Developer Cyan has also included a puzzle randomization option benefiting veterans and new players alike.

  • Supported platforms: Oculus Rift, HTC Vive and Valve Index
  • Launch date: 26th August
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