LONN Gameplay 60 Minutes of Cyberpunk VR – Developer wants to bring it to PSVR 2

Cyberpunk themed VR action game, LONN released at the tail-end of last year (on PC), and seems to have been received very well from the PC VR community (currently 20% OFF in the Steam Easter Sale). However, developer SixSense Studios has expressed [to Cram-Gaming] a desire to bring the game to Playstation VR 2. Whilst not offering any official announcements at this time, it’s unclear whether this is just something they would like to do, or a project currently in the making. We think it would make a perfect fit for Playstation VR gamers, and unlike some other upcoming cyberpunk VR games, shouldn’t push the PS5 hardware too much converting from the PC version which runs buttery smooth. Take a look at some LONN gameplay to get an idea of what to expect and keep those fingers crossed they manage to bring it to PSVR 2.

Lonn’s Bounty Hunter mission takes a disastrous turn when he stumbles upon a nefarious cult known as WUX-n. This discovery marks the beginning of a monumental shift in his life. Join forces with Luna on a thrilling adventure to put an end to WUX-n and their despicable activities, all masterminded by the twisted mind of Megalo. LONN boasts a diverse range of gameplay mechanics, including first-person shooter, stealth, melee combat, and telekinesis. Players can explore immersive environments that are connected to a central city hub, where they’ll need to complete mission objectives. In addition to the main campaign, there are several other game modes to enjoy, including Bounty Hunter Adventures, Parkour challenges, Arena battles, and Replay mode for reliving epic moments.

ATTENTION: LONN uses advanced VR systems and mechanics. Players are recommended to have previous VR experience and understanding of VR gameplay principles before proceeding. LONN uses artificial movement options, with snap/smooth turn.

Face adversity, face disappointment, never lose grip on reality!

Rich narrative, story driven campaign

Experience a full-fledged single-player campaign in LONN, packed with thrilling missions that will put your skills to the test. Embark on perilous adventures, interact with richly detailed environments, solve intricate puzzles, and engage in visceral combat to overcome your enemies. Along the way, you’ll meet unforgettable characters, forge new friendships, and learn valuable skills that will aid you in your quest to put an end to the insidious mind control tactics of WUX-n.

Search through lockers to discover digital currency, which you can use to purchase weapons and attachments. Utilize your telekinetic powers to solve puzzles and obliterate foes by hurling heavy objects at them. Distract your enemies by throwing objects, and then take them down with a fatal stab to the head. Be sure to rip off any Bombots attached to your face and toss them away before they explode. With the freedom of movement granted by parkour, you can stealthily maneuver around enemies and stay one step ahead

Bounty Adventures – Roguelike

In Adventures mode, you’ll find a bounty-style gameplay experience with procedurally generated levels that offer a challenging roguelike adventure. Explore the environment to scavenge for crucial supplies and high-value items, and aim to successfully make your escape.

  • Choose your weapon, stock up on ammo, health and kinetic energy
  • Scavenge and Survive. Collect valuable loot, complete the bounty missions, find a way out, however be careful, if you die, you will lose everything
  • Repeatability. The level design changes each time you play, creating a fun and immersive experience


Enter a cyberpunk arena full of hidden secrets and choose your weapons to obliterate enemies. Test your skills across various difficulty modes.


Put your climbing, jumping, and free running skills to the test in unique ways.

Replay Mode

Unlock game chapters and replay them with your weapon of choice. Enjoy endless gameplay possibilities..

Physics at the core

LONN is built from the ground up with our proprietary Kinesis Physics System, offering players an immersive and consistent experience as they interact with a highly detailed world. You have the freedom to move around the environment, interact with objects, climb ladders, jump onto crates, and crouch to navigate through narrow spaces. With everything at your disposal, you can unleash destruction through a range of transforming weaponry and telekinetic abilities. Discover new ways to obliterate your enemies, and purchase powerful upgrades that maximize your abilities and customize your weaponry to suit your playstyle. It’s entirely up to you how you want to engage with the game’s world and mechanics.


  • Advanced Physics: the advanced physical rules and mechanics inspire players to the think creatively and interact with the virtual world however they want.
  • Combat: Combat can be approached in a number of ways. Guns, melee weapons, telekinesis environments, can all be used to fight against enemies.
  • Weapons: LONN provides players with an abundance of physics based weapons; guns – smg, pistol, rifle, shotgun, swords, axes, warhammer, baseball bat, crowbar, broomsticks, telekinetic combat with environmental objects, and daggers to name a few. Use enemy shield or environmental objects to defend.
  • Physics Interaction: Realistic object and environment interaction.
  • Parkour and climbing movement. Climb anywhere using pipes, ladders and rock surfaces. Jump. You control your jump height. Pressing the jump button will allow you to jump a little bit, but holding it down will allow you to jump higher. You also have air control to move while in air.
  • Full Body Characters: Full IK body systems, providing a realistic looking body presence with legs and arms.

Written by: Rob Cram

Rob Cram has hundreds of video game reviews, thousands of articles under his belt with years of experience in gaming and tech. He aims to remain fair and free from publisher/developer influence. With his extensive knowledge, feels his gaming opinions are valid and worth sharing. Agreement with his views are entirely optional. He might have a bias towards cyberpunk.