The Official PlayStation Blog has shared Sony’s most downloaded games of last year. This includes a dedicated list for PlayStation VR, representing almost three months of software sales since the hardware launched in October. PSVR now has more than 50 titles supporting the headset, check out the most downloaded in 2016 below:

1Job Simulator ($30)

In a world where robots have replaced all human jobs, step into the ‘Job Simulator’ to learn what it was like ‘to job’. Players can relive the glory days of work by simulating the ins and outs of being a gourmet chef, an office worker, a convenience store clerk, and more.

PlayStation Store Rating: 4/5 Stars

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2Batman: Arkham VR ($20)

Batman: Arkham VR immerses you in the Dark Knight’s Universe and redefines what it means to be the Batman. Experience Gotham City through the eyes of the World’s Greatest Detective in an all new Arkham mystery. Think like Batman. Utilize his legendary gadgets in Virtual Reality to unravel a plot that threatens the lives of Batman’s closest allies.

PlayStation Store Rating: 4/5 Stars

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3Until Dawn: Rush of Blood ($20)

Strap yourself in for the most disturbing rollercoaster ride you’ll ever take. From the warped minds of the team behind PS4 horror classic Until Dawn, comes Until Dawn: Rush of Blood – a virtual reality experience to strike fear into the hearts of every trigger-happy arcade shooter fan.

PlayStation Store Rating: 4/5 Stars

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4PlayStation VR Worlds ($40) [Bundled with PSVR Launch Bundle]

PlayStation VR WORLDS takes players on a journey through five high quality VR experiences built exclusively for the launch of PS VR, featuring a breadth of content and game genres that wonderfully showcase inventive VR design, best in class visuals and binaural audio soundscapes.

PlayStation Store Rating: 4/5 Stars

5Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes ($15)

One player is trapped in a virtual room with a ticking time bomb they must defuse. The other players are the “Experts” who must give the instructions to defuse the bomb by deciphering the information found in the bomb defusal manual. But there’s a catch: the Experts can’t see the bomb, so everyone will need to talk it out – fast!

PlayStation Store Rating: 5/5 Stars

6Here They Lie ($20)

Developed by Tangentlemen under the banner of Santa Monica Studio’s external development group, enter an uncanny horror experience where death is not a checkpoint. Delve into an inescapable, surreal world where unsettling encounters and environments come to life. Here They Lie is a mind bending first-person VR descent into madness.

PlayStation Store Rating: 4/5 Stars

7Sports Bar VR ($20)

Bringing the virtual pub experience to your living room. Sports Bar VR is the ultimate social experience available on PlayStation VR, featuring an awesome set of bar games and an incredible pool simulation including 8 Ball, 9 Ball, Killer and many more cue sports.

PlayStation Store Rating: 4/5 Stars

8Carnival Games VR ($20)

Carnival Games VR brings an all new immersive virtual reality experience, allowing you to explore the park, interact with patrons and play up to 12 different games! Enter a themed Carnival Alley where you can play a game and earn tickets for fun virtual prizes or unlock another game. Whether it’s scaling a castle in Climbing Wall, rolling for a high score in Alley Ball or shooting basketballs in Swish – there is something for everyone.

PlayStation Store Rating: 4/5 Stars

9Harmonix Music VR ($15)

Unlock the transcendent potential of your music with Harmonix Music VR. From a whacky dance party, to 3D reactive art, and even a nice relaxing alien beach, Harmonix Music VR is the next evolution of your music library.

PlayStation Store Rating: 4/5 Stars

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10EVE: Valkyrie ($60)

Experience the thrill of being an elite spaceship pilot in the sprawling sci-fi universe of EVE. Join the Valkyrie, an outlaw band of galactic pirates, and take up arms to claim what’s yours. Trade cannon fire for cash as you chase wealth and notoriety on the edge of space. With a wide variety of ships, customization options, weapon loadouts, and combat styles, EVE: Valkyrie gives you the ultimate freedom to fly. Virtual reality space dogfighting is here. Welcome to the next life.

PlayStation Store Rating: 4/5 Stars

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Perhaps unsurprisingly, the top four games over the past three months are identical to the top 4 from the initial list published in October. In fact, the only non-launch title in the list is Carnival Games VR, which arrived on October 28th. Novel cooperative multiplayer game Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes appears to have slightly longer legs than the surreal horror of Here They Lie, having taken its original 5th spot. Despite its place at #5, Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes is the only game on the list rated 5 out of 5 stars on the PlayStation Store.

Sports Bar VR jumped from 10th to 7th, having missed the launch in the US by a week, and gaining a significant fan base since, due to its compelling social online multiplayer features. EVE: Gunjack dropped out of the top 10, but EVE: Valkyrie, the deeper, fully-featured space combat game hangs on with its longer-lasting appeal, despite falling from #7 to #10.

The major November releases of Robinson: The Journey, O! My Genesis VR, Eagle Flight and HoloBall all registered in the top November downloads, and similarly the December releases I Expect You To Die, Fruit Ninja VR and Surgeon Simulator: Experience Reality, made the top 10 most downloaded in December, but with fewer weeks of sales, none of them show in the overall top downloads so far.

Will any of these titles manage to hold onto a place on the list by the end of 2017? With the rapid pace of VR game (and hardware) development, that’s a tough question to answer. Share your prediction in the comments below!

  • Knut Sindremedisin Åbjørsbråte

    I find it sad Rigs is not on this list.

    • Texazzpete

      Rigs launched at $60. Seems clear the market isn’t interested in paying full price for VR games.

      • Brandon Smith

        What a silly, nonsensical conclusion to draw from data so limited as to be useless.

  • J. Doug Hatings

    My favorite game that has been almost completely ignored is Trackmania VR. The entire promise of VR is the ability to drive a car at 200 MPH off a vertical wall while sideways without risk, and this is the only game to deliver on that. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hawcYUFB-Kk&t=108s