The Most Exciting PSVR2 Games to Come

Have you pre-ordered a PlayStation VR 2? Here are some of the most exciting PSVR2 games to come after the launch window.

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Abnor_Mal119d ago

Out of the list of games provided Lo-Fi looks the most interesting to me. It has a retro-futuristic look. I would have liked to see more gameplay, but what was there piqued my interest that I will be looking for more information about the game.

Aliens VR a shooter in that universe is something I’d love to play, unfortunately no video. Hopefully there’ll be something to show soon.

Behemoth, for some reason puts me in the mind of a first person Shadow of the Colossus, shame there wasn’t any real gameplay.

Firewall Ultra looks great, I never really got a chance to fully get into the first game due to the hit and miss tracking of the PSVR camera.

I see myself this generation spending more money on PSVR2 games rather than flat PS5 games and I’m okay with that.

Neonridr118d ago

Lo-Fi definitely has that Blade Runner feel to it.

Abnor_Mal118d ago

That’s the name of the movie but couldn’t remember at the time, and definitely didn’t want to say it has a cyberpunk look to it.

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883119d ago

Lo-Fi definitely looks really interesting. I would actually *really* love to see room scale (which PSVR2 can nicely allow with a the 15 foot tiny cable and self contained tracking - nevermind how the eye tracking could be used here) versions of games *like* Lucas Arts' Monkey Island (series) and original Sierra type (King's Quest, Space Quest, Police Quest, Leisure Suit Larry) games. I believe these types of games would have endless potential/life in VR and were unwittingly made to be the absolute perfect fit for VR exploration and immersion. So many different worlds/eras/stories to enter. There is just so much that can be done, and this is a genre of game that I can see myself in love with for decades and decades due to VR arriving at this level/accessibility. While I like a lot of them, I hope developers do not feel forced to make all things VR about "thrill" experiences.