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Drunkn Bar Fight PSVR Physical Release Date Set for Europe

The mad fighting game, Drunkn Bar Fight, will be getting its physical release later this month in the UK and Europe, as announced by the game’s physical publisher, Perp Games.

Drunkn Bar Fight will release October 30th, 2020 in the UK and Europe, so if you haven’t already got the game, you’ll be able to pick up a physical copy in just a few weeks time.

I reviewed this one way back when it was a new digital release for the PSVR, and I had a great time with it. It’s mental madness and good, silly fun. The controls are decent enough and even playing with the PS Move wands was good, if I recall correctly. I might have to re-read my own review

Rob Edwards, Managing Director of Perp Games, says “Drunkn Bar Fight is one of the most successful VR franchises and we’re delighted to be bringing you a physical release on PlayStation VR this October. It’s an absolute ton of fun and the developer’s post-launch support will keep you entertained through 2021 and beyond.”

Of the announcement, Munky says “Bringing a game to a new format is always exciting: This means getting the game to brand new people, that will have brand new things to say about it. Hearing what they have to say when they become part of the community impacts directly on our next decisions to deliver fun moments, and this turns Drunkn Bar Fight into a better game.”

There’s a new trailer, too, which you can watch up above. And, oddly enough, it’s actually the truest trailer around – rather than a reformatted image for non-VR screens, the trailer is using gameplay captured right from a PSVR headset. Cool, no? I for one, have had enough of unrealistic trailers

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