PSVR 2 Games, PlayStation VR 2 Games, PSVR 2, PSVR 2 Games Announced, PSVR 2 Games Rumored – Sony‘s PSVR 2 is in full development and is supposedly coming out in Q1 2023, and we’ve already caught a glimpse of its design as well as the controller. Still, hardware is only as good as its games, so what’s on the cards for Sony’s new headset? Let’s find out!
PSVR 2: All Games Announced To Date
Survios has officially announced that it’s working on an Aliens VR game for PSVR 2, which will be set between the first two entries in the sci-fi movie franchise. That’s about all we know so far, with not even a screenshot doing the rounds yet.
Originally released for Steam to great reviews, Indie horror title After Life is set to send chills down the spines of PSVR 2 users courtesy of Split Light Studios.
After The Fall
Developed by Vertigo Games, After The Fall will arrive on PSVR 2 as a launch game and will boast a number of enhancements over the original PSVR release.
Among Us VR
Schell Games originally planned to release this one for PSVR, but has now confirmed that the game will be released as part of the launch lineup for PSVR 2.
Black Trail VR
Developed by Red Horizon, Black Trail VR is set in the Old West and is a first-person shooter where you’ll engage in epic shootouts with historic weapons, infiltrate, loot and even change the fate of war as a bounty hunter and native warrior.
Cave Digger 2: Dig Harder
VR Kiwi is prepping a PSVR 2 version of this sequel, which is believed to be a spruced up version of the PC VR edition.
Cities VR – Enhanced Edition
Fancy building your own city? Well, you can now, and in full VR thanks to this PSVR 2 launch title. What’s more, the whole experience promises to be a lot smoother thanks to the Sense controller, as well as sharper visuals.
Crossfire: Sierra Squad
Smilegate’s upcoming PSVR 2 shooter has you battling it out over a biochemical weapon, promising 60 missions and 39 types of weaponry. The studio says you’ll become up against brutal enemies with advanced AI, with enemies coming in 17 different types to keep you guessing. There’s also support for solo and co-op for 4-player.
Demeo has been confirmed to launch alongside the PSVR 2 in February 2023, and takes the form of a table top-themed survival game.
Horizon Call Of The Mountain
Co-developed by Firesprite, which joined the PlayStation family of studios in September 2021, Horizon Call of the Mountain is a spin-off set in Guerrilla Games’ futuristic sci-fi world, and sees you stepping into the boots of a brand new character rather than Aloy. It’s one of the first games confirmed for PSVR 2 by Sony, so perhaps it’s a launch title?
First Contact Games has announced that the sequel to the original Firewall is officially in the works for PSVR 2, allowing for a number of improvements including 4K HDR, revamped character models and fresh areas to explore. The game takes place five years after its predecessor, although that’s about all we know so far.
Low-Fi has the distinction of being the first ever PSVR 2 game confirmed, which was revealed back in March 2021. The Blade Runner-flavoured title is the spiritual successor to Technolust, and is described as a ‘next-generation virtual reality simulation in which you as the player patrol the streets (and the skies above them) solving mysteries, fighting crime, or giving in to corruption.’
nDreams previously confirmed it had a number of PSVR 2 games in development, and one of them has now been revealed as Ghostbusters VR. The game isn’t a continuation of any of the films, and sees players running their own ghost-busting business in San Francisco in the near future.
In terms of sports games, Golf+ stands unique in that it is (at the time of writing) the only golf game announced for PSVR 2, having previously been released for Oculus Rift.
Green Hell VR
Incuvo’s survival romp planned for release in late 2023, and there’s a trimmed-down quest version that’s also available. However, we’ll hopefully see the former released for PSVR 2 rather than the truncated edition. Expect resource gathering, hunting and all the usual trimmings with Green Hell VR.
Jurassic World Aftermath Collection
PSVR 2 is getting a bundle of both parts of the Jurassic World saga, which is also coming to Nintendo Switch in November 2022. Coatsink has promised 4K visuals running at 90 FPS, as well as a brand new Dino Viewer for players to sink their teeth into.
The original PSVR was a great home for horror, and this psychological hair-raiser from developer Bloodious Games looks set to deliver thrills and spills as you navigate first-person locations while taking pictures to overcome brain-teasing puzzles.
The first chapter in PSVR’s critically acclaimed adventure series is officially hitting Sony’s new headset as a launch title, taking full advantage of the extra bells and whistles afforded by PSVR 2. Expect haptic feedback, adaptive triggers and increased resolution and frame rate.
Moss: Book II
Like Moss, the sequel is also getting a PSVR 2 overhaul and will arrive on launch day. Moss: Book II will utilise the Sense controller to allow for haptic feedback and adaptive triggers, with the game also supporting eye tracking and will run at 4K resolution at 90 FPS.
NFL Pro Era
A quarterback simulation title that sees players attempting to climb the NFL league for a spot competing in the Super Bowl. Players will take part in training as they battle against competing teams in the league, with PSVR 2 putting you right in midst of the action.
No Man’s Sky
Hello Games’ space exploration epic is receiving PSVR 2 support, having previously been updated with PS5 support – you can even play it on the original PSVR. The game started off a bit shaky, but six years on, it’s grown into an absolute stunner thanks to some robust post-launch content support.
Pistol Whip from Cloudhead Games is coming to Sony’s next-generation virtual reality headset, featuring a number of extra features including 4K HDR visuals, 3D auto, haptic feedback & adaptive triggers, and will be fully optimised for the PS5 SSD.
One of the first games to be announced for PSVR 2, Vankrupt Games’ military shooter is set to include full Cross-Play support with the Quest version of the Pavlov.
Project Louisiana: The Bounds VR
Build The Light’s Silent Hill-flavoured horror romp puts players in a spooky mansion in the swamps of New Orleans, where you’re tasked with investigating your daughter’s disappearance. From the look of things, PSVR 2 is going to be no short on scares.
Truant Pixel officially confirmed RUNNER for the PSVR 2 in April of last year, and takes the form of a cyberpunk romp set in a future driven by themes such as lo-fi and cassette futuristic. Players engage in adrenaline-pumping combat and driving, all set to a pulse-pounding soundtrack and dynamic music.
Resident Evil Village
Capcom officially announced that Resident Evil Village is receiving PSVR 2 support in 2023. This will allow you to experience Ethan Winters’ horror epic from 2021 through his eyes using Sony’s new virtual reality headset.
Resident Evil 4 Remake
The remake of 2005’s action-horror masterpiece will receive ‘PSVR 2 content,’ although Capcom hasn’t expanded any further on this. However, we at least know that the game will utilise Sony’s new headset in some ways.
Star Wars: Tales From The Galaxy’s Edge – Enhanced Edition
PSVR 2 will give you the chance to travel to a ‘Galaxy Far, Far Away,’ as you take on the role of a droid repair technician based near the Outer Rim. You’ll soon face off against nefarious pirates and battle alongside iconic characters including R2D2 and C3-PO as you become an every day hero.
The Light Brigade
Developed by Funktronic Labs, The Light Brigade is described as a roguelike affair that brings ‘immersive gunplay and moody mystery,’ with the game also supporting Cross-Buy between PSVR and PSVR 2.
The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners Chapter 2: Retribution
The follow-up to one of the best VR games on the market is set to grace PSVR 2, bringing with it new bosses, items to craft and a host of extra weapons (including a chainsaw, yay!) to slay the undead with. You’ll also get to visit the new French quarter setting, and expect some grisly visuals and plenty of red stuff.
The Dark Pictures: Switchback VR
Supermassive Games is bringing its horror-based franchise to PSVR 2 with this roller coaster shooter, taking you through familiar locations from the anthology including a ghost ship, desert temple, spooky New England town and more.
Bit Planet Games is bringing the sequel to PSVR hit Ultrawings to Sony’s new virtual reality headset, which throws in a bunch of optional combat missions to keep you hooked. The game was built originally for Quest 2, so there’s room for improvements in terms of visuals – fingers crossed on that one!
Zenith: The Last City
Another launch title for PSVR 2, Zenith: The Last City brings hundreds of new hours worth of content and enhanced visuals. Developer Ramen VR is also leveraging the PSVR 2 hardware to bring you proper ‘next level experience of Zenith’s gorgeous open-world.’
PSVR 2 – All Rumored Games
Nick Baker has claimed that Valve’s Half-Life Alyx is on its way to PSVR 2, although there’s been no confirmation from Sony or Valve at this point.
Gran Turismo 7
Gran Turismo creator Kazunori Yamauchi has been very coy about the prospect of PSVR support for Gran Turismo 7, and as only said that he is unable to talk about it “yet.” With the game now available for PS5, there’s a strong chance that it could gain support for PSVR 2 in the future.
Impulse Gear’s original Farpoint was one of the highlights of PSVR, and while a sequel hasn’t been officially announced yet, there’s every chance that we may get one. In fact, here’s what the studio told UploadVR:
We definitely don’t have anything to announce at the moment but that is our roots and we’re very happy with what we did on Farpoint. And I think you look at that game and that universe and there’s absolutely a lot more to explore there.
We’re sticking this one as a rumor for now, as we’ve only heard about it from a Polish interview that hasn’t been corroborated. Medieval Dynasty has already seen huge popularity on PC via Steam, and according to the aforementioned interview with its creators, they’re also planning a PSVR 2 version.
Stranger Things VR
Stranger Things VR has been confirmed for all major VR platforms, and while it’s not official yet, we’re pretty positive this will include PSVR 2. The game is out in winter 2023, but we’ll file this under rumor for the time being.
We’ll be adding more to the list over time, so keep checking back!