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Coming Soon to Infinity: The Morrigan, Music Escape and more

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Welcome back to the monthly series that keeps you in the loop on all things Infinity! February saw an influx of new titles and March is gearing up to be just as an exciting month for your Infinity library.

From rhythm games to a multiplayer WW2 shooter, an interactive documentary and more, Infinity’s upcoming releases are sure to be a hit for the whole family.

Launching in March:

Honor and Duty: D-Day by Strange Games Studios

Taking place during the D-Day landing of World War II, Honor and Duty: D-day is a multiplayer shooter with Team Death Match, Domination and Battle Royale game modes. Supporting up 32-player matches, you’ll drive tanks, jeeps and trucks in large open maps to scourer the land for enemies.

Memoria: Stories of La Garma by Overlat

Nominated for Best Documentary Experience at Raindance Immersive and narrated by Geraldine Chaplin, Memoria: Stories of La Garma is an interactive VR documentary that explores the memories trapped inside the cave of La Garma in Santander, Spain. Untouched until its discovery in 1995, you’ll unleash the stories of the humans who took shelter in the cave over 16,000 years ago.

Soul Axiom Rebooted by Wales Interactive

Newly enhanced Soul Axiom is a first-person story-driven puzzle game set in the hauntingly beautifully cyber-world of Elysia. Explore rich environments as you collect unique powers and unravel the mystery around your digital afterlife. With 20-30 hours of gameplay and multiple endings to discover, Soul Axiom will keep you coming back for more!

The Morrigan by The Pixel Mine Ltd

With a sword in one hand and an ax in the other, get ready to fight your way through this VR Dungeon Crawler. You’ll take on wave after wave of enemies, solve puzzles or save the Queen from the Morrigan in this thrilling title. With over 20 weapons to choose from you’ll engage in a dramatic combat style that is easy to learn yet difficult to master.


Bump to the beat as you use your shields of steel to crash fast-flying crystals in this VR rhythm action game. With global leaderboards and real-time ranking, you can battle your friends for the ultimate bragging rights. Get ready to boost your heart rate in STUMPER as you dance to your favorite songs from a diverse library of music.

Music Escape by 2049VR

Can’t get enough of those VR rhythm games? Then Music Escape is your next must-play. With ninjas and cyberpunk weapons, Music Escape brings its own twist to the popular genre. Enjoy the curated electronic soundtrack or queue up your own music and get ready to jam.

Recently Launched Titles:

February was a busy month for your Infinity membership so you might have missed some of these new releases –

Museum of Other Realities by Museum of Other Realities

Connect, share and experience VR art with an amazing community in Museum of Other Realities (MOR). The multiplayer interactive art gallery contains a growing collection of immersive artworks, showcasing and supporting artists from around the world who are pushing the boundaries of what it means to create and experience art in VR.

Play now!

Bizarre Barber by Synesthetic Echo

Grab your barber sheers and become the hair guru of the apocalyptic future. Set up your station on a subway platform and test your reflexes, creativity and strategy as your shaggy clients zoom past you.

Play Now!

Leaving Infinity Soon:

Goodbyes are hard so make sure to play this title before it leaves Infinity in early March! –

Sairento VR by Mixed Realms Pte Ltd   

A mission-driven, high-action role-playing game, you’ll master your lethal martial arts skills as a cyber ninja in a reimagined futuristic Japan. Perform triple jumps, power slides, backflips and slow down time while delivering lethal strikes.

Play Now!


That concludes our upcoming roster of titles for March! Make sure to follow us on Twitter and Facebook to find out when these titles are launching as well as additional content coming to your favorite VR subscription service.

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