Looks like Supermassive Games' VR shooter is all set for release on March 7. It will set you back PHP 1,899 for a standard copy and if you want that extra immersion, there's a Bravo Team Bundle Pack that comes with the game and a PS VR Aim Controller priced at PHP 4,990.
I was fortunate enough to give Bravo Team a try during last year's ESGS in the Philippines and was left confused thanks to the demo provided. It was difficult to use with the PS VR Aim Controller and a much as I appreciate Sony's strong push to justify their VR peripheral, Bravo Team is isn't the best to sell the technology. Here's a short overview provided by Sony on what's going on in Bravo Team:
Bravo Team is set in a fictional modern day Eastern European city. When your escort mission
goes wrong and results in the President’s assassination, a country threatens to tear itself
apart...and your team along with it.
Supermassive Games have been busy releasing a variety of games with unique concepts. They released the psychological horror Inpatient last January, another PS VR experience set in a Sanatorium. They also released Hidden Agenda last October in 2017, and it's a story-driven game making the use of your smart phones to make decisions in the game that will shape the narrative.