Here are the PlayStation VR games we want to play
There is a lot to be excited about this year. Here are some of our favorites
Out of all the amazing VR technology out there, in terms of adoption, the PlayStation VR reigns supreme. With an incredibly low entry price, the PSVR is an excellent way to get into room scale VR. After all, you only need a PS4 or PS4 Pro to play, and there are a lot of people with those already.
Every month there is something new for the PlayStation VR, and we’ve already seen some amazing games come to the platform. But we want more — these are the forthcoming games we’re excited for!
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Blood and Truth
Blood and Truth is one of the most exciting releases on PlayStation VR. It takes everything we want in video games — fast-paced action, puzzles, and a great storyline — and puts you into the game in VR.
Based in London, you can expect a dark, gritty game full of swearing and very bad accents, as we join in the adventures of an ex-soldier in a revenge story as old as time. I can’t wait.
If you have been interested in VR at all over the last year, you will have seen Beat Saber everywhere. A mix of Guitar Hero-style beat games and straight-up Jedi lightsaber action, this game is, on paper, awesome personified.
While we still don’t have a release date for the PlayStation VR version, there is a lot of coverage of the game over at Windows Central for you to check out and get jazzed up with. This feels like a game I could spend a lot of time with to get fit.
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There is a lot of mystery around Golem. First seen several years ago, this fascinating puzzle/action game has been delayed more times than I would wish.
I am still holding out hope, though, that Golem will arrive on the PlayStation VR sooner rather than later and we can enjoy some giant magic robot fighting!
Update October 9: Sony has announced that Megalith will debut on the PSVR on January 8, 2019 with an early access free trial starting on November 13, 2018. Alongside that, they have a pre-order discount and exclusive skins when you do pre-order.
The premise of Megalith seems simple enough. You are a Titan trying to kill other Titans for the prize of becoming a god. It sounds like a lot of fun, and the art style makes me even more excited to play it.
We don’t have a release date or much to go other than a cryptic launch video and a few hands-on accounts, but Dreams looks to be one of the more unique games to come to VR.
It appears to be a mix of platformer, 3D designer, and video game designer all rolled into one, where you can create anything and everything you could want in a game. I love the idea that you will be able to make your own games inside a VR world and I’m looking forward to seeing what the amazing creators out there come up with.
What about you?
What are you most excited for on the list of upcoming games for the PlayStation VR? Let me know in the comments, and while you’re there tell me what you are enjoying on PSVR right now.
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