Sony announced that, like "Last Us: Part Two," Iron Man VR was postponed indefinitely.
Sony today announced a PlayStation VR proprietary product developed by Camouflaj, Iron Man VRHas been postponed. The news was announced at the same time as the release of The Last Us: Part Two.
Sony's statement follows.
Update: SIE has made a difficult decision to postpone the release of Our Last Part and Marvel's Iron Man VR until further notice. Logically, the global crisis has prevented us from providing the launch experience that players deserve.
— PlayStation (@PlayStation) April 2, 2020
Iron Man VR was originally scheduled to be released on February 28, and then postponed to May 15. At the time, the studio said that delaying the release would give it time to meet high expectations.
The game was released in October 2019 and features an original story that allows players to "interact" with the world, choose dialogue options, and basically live a life as Tony Stark. You can even interact with Marvel characters in the game.
The studio collaborates with Marvel writers to produce stories in the background of the classic Iron Man villain ghost.