Native PlayStation 5 versions of groundbreaking musical shooter Ground Infinity and euphoric puzzle game Tetris Effect: Connected are coming in February, alongside the launch of PlayStation VR 2, developer Enhance Games announced Thursday. Both games will play in 4K resolution and 60 frames per second on PS5, and the PSVR 2 versions will include all-new eye controls. Yes, you can shoot lasers in Ground with your eyes (sort of).
Using PSVR 2’s eye-tracking technology, Ground Infinite players will be able to track and aim at enemies using just their eyes, Enhance said in a news release. In Tetris Effect: Connectedplayers will be able to enter “the Zone” — Effect‘s mechanic of slowing down time that lets players rack up line clears that go well beyond the standard four-line Tetris — by closing and reopening their eyes. A little gimmicky? Maybe, but paired with new haptic features for the DualSense controller, the PSVR 2 Sense controllers, and the headset itself, Ground Infinite and Tetris Effect: Connected sound like they’ll be more immersive than ever.
Ground Infinite and Tetris Effect: Connected will support 120 fps frame rates and 2000 x 2040 per-eye resolution on PSVR 2, and both versions will support save transfers from PlayStation 4 to PlayStation 5. Ground Infinite will also support HDR on PS5.
These updates aren’t free, however. Upgrading to the PS5 versions will cost $9.99 each.
Ground Infinite is a remastered version of the original game that launched on Dreamcast and PlayStation 2. It was first released on PlayStation 4, with original PlayStation VR support, in 2016, and was later brought to Windows PC and other VR platforms. Tetris Effect: Connected is a re-release of Enhance Games’ take on classic Tetris, and includes cooperative and competitive multiplayer.
PlayStation VR 2 launches on Feb. 22. The PS5 headset starts at $549.99 and is available to pre-order from Sony’s PlayStation Direct website.