What you need to know
- Pistol Whip is an intense rhythm-based VR title that combines Beat Saber with lots of firepower.
- It's insane action has made it a popular VR game, and as such any updates are a big deal.
- The next update, 'the Heartbreaker Trilogy,' will add three new scenes, two new modifiers, and more.
- It's a free update, and it's reportedly coming soon to Pistol Whip VR.
If you've been looking for your next VR fix, look no farther than Pistol Whip VR, an addictive and action-packed rhythm-based game for the Oculus Quest, Rift, and SteamVR headsets. It's next major update, the Heartbreaker Trilogy, just got a new teaser trailer from Cloudhead Games, before it's impending launch on all platforms that's "almost here."
The Heartbreaker Trilogy will be a free update, which is fantastic, and shouldn't be too far away. This teaser trailer still doesn't give us an exact release date, but previous teasers from Cloudhead Games suggests late August or sometime in September, which would fit in the "almost here" phrase we have to work with.
We don't know exactly what all the update will include right now, but it should at least have three new scenes, two new modifiers, and possibly even more on top of that. We'll just have to wait and see, and then we can work on destroying our bodies again trying to beat our high score in Pistol Whip. I can't wait.
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