On the face of it Driveclub VR should have been the Play Station VR’s killer app.
Driving games naturally work very well with virtual reality, providing a functional cockpit view that makes the game both more realistic and just as easy to play as using a chase cam.
Once you get through the construction site, the mission will be over.
The stars of Sony's The Playroom are meant to be its robots.
Quick Dip: Jump in the pool whilst following Beverly. Money Shot: Achieve full facial recognition during chase. This time he's stalking another starlet named Poppy Mitchell, who he's convinced he can get a sex tape on. Follow Beverly as he walks down the sidewalk until he turns left up to some stairs.
Keep following him as he slips past some hired help and takes a left. Beverly will drive away while Poppy and a few other vehicles chase you.
With the leap from old gen to current gen, Rockstar's Grand Theft Auto 5 brought with it one very interesting change: the ability to do everything in the game from a first-person perspective.