Little Cities: Bigger! brings the critically acclaimed VR city creator to PS VR2 on March 12th with oodles of content to make it just a little…bigger!

February 22nd 2024 – Purple Yonder and nDreams are thrilled to announce that Little Cities: Bigger! will arrive on PlayStation VR2 on March 12th, bringing cosy creativity and hours of fuss-free fun in its ultimate form. Would-be city creators can get ahead of the game by wish listing Little Cities: Bigger! on the PlayStation Store from today.

Check out the Little Cities: Bigger! announcement trailer below:


Little Cities: Bigger! reimagines classic city building from the ground up for VR – with a cosy, colourful twist! Its award-winning VR-first game design that has been widely praised by critics and creators alike:

“Little Cities is easy to understand, charming to look at, and intuitive to play.” – Upload VR

“Little Cities has been the best city creator I have played.” – Rhys Da King

“This sort of hassle-free city builder experience is perfect for VR.” – The Gamer

Featuring over 18 months’ worth of content from the Meta Quest version of the game, Little Cities: Bigger! offers something for every type of creator – from a vibrant, multi-island campaign of uniquely rewarding creative challenges, to the endless cosy creativity of Sandbox Mode where players can craft, draw, and finesse their dream islands from scratch.

Little Cities: Bigger! harnesses the unique power of the PS VR2 to really ramp up the relaxation with an enhanced frame rate, charming visuals in stunning 4K, increased immersion with haptic feedback and even eye-tracking shenanigans. Bring on the itty-bitty bustle!

“We are so excited to bring the wonders of Little Cities to PS VR2 players” said James Howard of Purple Yonder. “Being able to expand the Little Cities community and share so much lovingly crafted content is a privilege, and we can’t wait to see what PS VR2 players create.”

“Little Cities has been a true VR success story and we’re so excited to be working with Purple Yonder to bring the game to PS VR2,” said David Corless, VP of Publishing at nDreams. “It is so exciting to be supporting Purple Yonder on their journey to leverage the PS VR2 hardware and see the game grow even more!”

About Little Cities:

Developed by UK indie studio Purple Yonder and published by award-winning VR studio nDreams, Little Cities has become the most loved VR city creator since its release on Quest and Quest 2 in May 2022. The game has an average user rating of 4.6 on the Quest Store, making it one of the highest rated games in Quest history, plus a current score of 81 on tvrgamecritic, with critics particularly praising the game’s UI, accessibility and VR-first design.

About Purple Yonder:   

Purple Yonder ( is a new VR studio, based in Cambridgeshire, UK. Founded by husband-and-wife team, James and Kelly Howard, Little Cities is Purple Yonder’s debut game. The studio is committed to creating captivating VR experiences, using their experience of working on AAA and indie titles to deliver compelling gameplay in VR.

About nDreams:

nDreams is a world-leading VR game developer and publisher headquartered in Farnborough, UK. They are the team behind hit titles Phantom: Covert Ops, Far Cry: Dive Into Insanity and Fracked, as well as publishing innovative VR games developed by the brightest indie talents including the cosy smash hit, Little Cities. Fully dedicated to VR games since 2013, no publisher has greater virtual reality experience and specialism. With the recent acquisition of Near Light, nDreams is now comprised of five internal development teams, across four studios: the original nDreams Studio, nDreams Studio Elevation, nDreams Studio Orbital and now Near Light. With a $35 million investment from the Aonic Group in March 2022 and several exciting projects in development across our teams – including Synapse and Ghostbusters: Rise of the Ghost Lord – nDreams has cemented its place at the forefront of VR gaming.


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