Brave Witches VR: Operation Baba-Yaga now available for PlayStation VR in Japan

Previously released for PC virtual reality headsets.

Brave Witches VR: Operation Baba-Yaga

Production I.G. has released Brave Witches virtual reality game 502nd Joint Fighter Wing Brave Witches VR: Operation Baba-Yaga for PlayStation VR via the PlayStation Store in Japan. It costs 1,780 yen and weighs in at 965.15 megabytes. It first launched for PC (Steam) in June 2017.

Here is an (edited) English overview of the game, via its Steam page:

The new virtual reality game featuring the TV animation Brave Witches finally appears! Fly high up in the huge sky as Hikari Karibuchi!

In 1930s, enemies of mankind called “Neuroi,” which are undefeatable by ordinary weapons, appeared from Europe without warning. Only Witches, girls with special magic powers, can compete against Neuroi.

The TV animation Brave Witches is a story set between first and second season of the TV animation Strike Witches.

In September 1944, the Allied Forces succeeded in destroying the hive of Neuroi above the Republic of Gallia with the brave battle of the 501st JFW Strike Witches, and Western Europe was secured. Taking this opportunity, the Allied Forces plan to counterstrike against Neuroi from central Europe to the Eastern Europe. The 502nd JFW Brave Witches, which have a base in the Empire of Orussia, are ready to sortie.

Bravely Witches, a hope of humanity, fly high in the wintry sky of the Eastern Europe.

The controls are simple! Wear your virtual reality headset and face the direction you want to aim. Fly high in the skies of the Eastern Europe and defeat Neuroi alongside the other Witches!

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