Sony has revealed the price and launch date for PSVR 2 in addition to its launch day lineup for PSVR 2. There’s a ton of stuff coming down the pipeline though as we approach the February 22nd launch of PSVR 2, so check out our mega roundup of everything confirmed both by Sony and indie developers looking to target PSVR 2.

There is a ton of overlap with the list of launch day titles announced by Sony. We overhauled this article to include those in addition to games that have been confirmed to arrive at some point on the headset.

We have what seems to be a fairly complete list of PSVR 2 games. Below, you’ll see 25 of our top picks along with their trailers and descriptions. The remaining list is available at the bottom of the article.

Top PSVR 2 Highlights

Gran Turismo 7

During Sony’s CES 2023 conference, the company announced that Gran Turismo 7 will support PSVR 2 at the headset’s launch via a free upgrade for existing owners. Not much was shared about exactly how the game’s VR compatibility will work, including whether it would support the headset’s new motion controllers or rely on the standard PS5 gamepad. Still, it’s a pretty exciting prospect since GT7 is a big upgrade over GT Sport.

Moss & Moss: Book II – [Launch Day]

Polyarc announced that both Moss and the sequel Moss: Book II are set to be launch titles on PSVR 2 when it releases in February next year, which follows the adventures of a pint-sized hero named Quill who journeys through a world fraught with enemies and plenty of puzzles to boot.

Both are said to include more visual detail such as lighting and texture improvements. Making use of PSVR 2’s hardware, players can expect eye-tracking to highlight key items, a two-controller setup, improved haptics, and adaptive triggers for added immersion when picking up items.

Horizon Call of the Mountain – [Launch Day]

Horizon Call of the Mountain isn’t a log flume ride or hollow VR “experience” like the trailer might suggest. Nay, developed by Sony’s first-party Guerrilla Games and Firesprite Studios, the first VR take on the Horizon universe is going to be an honest to goodness story campaign the devs say will take around seven hours to complete, along with some “additional content” included in the game.

Check out our hands-on here.

Star Wars: Tales from the Galaxy’s Edge – [Launch Day]

Star Wars: Tales from the Galaxy’s Edge is an action-adventure experience where you’ll take on the role of a droid repair technician operating near the Outer Rim. First introduced on Meta Quest in 2020, this will be the first time this run-and-gun, Star Wars-flavored adventure will be available outside of the Meta ecosystem.

Check out our spoiler-free review here

Resident Evil Village – [Launch Day]

Capcom is bringing Resident Evil Village to PSVR 2, and it says the game will provide “an even deeper immersive experience by taking full advantage of the vivid graphics possible with the headset’s 4K HDR display, PlayStation VR2’s eye tracking, PS5’s 3D Audio and more.” Lady Dimitrescu awaits in this free DLC update to the base game!

Resident Evil 4

Resident Evil 4 is already available on Quest 2, although this particular version is a classic zombie shooter of another stripe. The game coming to PSVR 2 is actually the remake, so we’re getting all new everything this time around and not just uprezzed textures. We’re hoping the VR support is as good as the Quest 2 version, and decidedly better than RE7 Biohazard, which wasn’t bad, but it is showing its age since it was released in 2017.

Demeo – [Launch Day]

Created by VR veteran Resolution Games, Demeo is a VR take on a tabletop RPG dungeon crawler. It has fared remarkably well on Quest 2 and PC VR headsets since release in 2021, which is in part thanks to its basement-themed, D&D-style action that lets you unite with friends for a tactical gaming night from afar.

Check out our review here

No Man’s Sky – [Before End of March]

The redemption story continues, as Hello Games vows to bring its space exploration simulator to PSVR 2, including all of the successive patches and DLC drops that took it from procedurally generated empty shell to a universe truly brimming with possibilities.

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The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners Chapter 2 – [Before end of March]

This is a full-fat sequel to VR’s most popular games as of late, The Walking Dead: Saints and Sinners. Like the first in the series, you’ll scrounge around a post-apocalyptic New Orleans that’s not only brimming with the undead, but also rival gangs that you can choose to join or battle. Physics-based combat, low ammo supplies, and a very touchy stamina system means you’ll need to think long and hard before running into that crowd of walkers.

Firewall Ultra

It’s not clear how much “new” content we’re getting right out of the bat with First Contact’s next Firewall game, which like the original promises tactical squad-based shooting action across a host of maps, although Firewall Ultra is decidedly the future of the franchise. We can expect to see legacy maps, characters and weapons, but also updates for more of everything down the line.

The Dark Pictures: Switchback VR – [Before End of March]

Supermassive Games revealed The Dark Pictures: Switchback VR, or what it calls a “fast-paced roller coaster action-horror-shooter where every move you make, and everything you see, could mean the difference between life and death.” Set inside the sinister world of The Dark Pictures Anthology, Switchback VR makes good use of headset eye-tracking: some enemies only move when you blink (Visine not included).

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Crossfire: Sierra Squad

Smilegate tossed out a trailer to a brand-new VR game called Crossfire: Sierra Squad, a first-person shooter in the Crossfire universe. The game is played either solo or in co-op mode with up to 4 players on a team as you battle against AI baddies. The studio says there are 39 types of weapons including pistols, rifles, throwable – and throw back-able – grenades and sniper rifles with revolutionary scope mechanics give you plenty of options to dispatch 17 types of enemies.

The Light Brigade – [Launch Day]

Funktronic Labs showed off a new single-player roguelike game called The Light Brigade which it says is “filled with immersive gunplay and moody mystery.” Uncover the mystery of the gloomy ‘Sunken World’ as you climb the ranks of the titular Light Brigade, unlock firearms and unique spells. The Light Brigade will be available for pre-order starting November 15th.

Hello Neighbor: Search and Rescue

tinyBuild Games and Steel Wool Studios (Five Nights at Freddy’s) announced a VR take on viral indie hit Hello Neighbor, which is coming to both PSVR and PSVR 2 with cross-buy. “Mr. Peterson’s creepy house takes on a new level of immersion in VR, and there is nothing quite as scary as actually seeing that familiar shadow tower over you just before everything goes black,” tinyBuild says. Hello Neighbor: Search and Rescue will be available for pre-order starting November 15th.

Pistol Whip VR – [Launch Day]

Cloudhead Games is bringing a free PSVR 2 upgrade to the PSVR version of its award-winning physical action-rhythm game where thrilling gunplay and dynamic tracks collide, creating a dreamscape world for players to blast, duck, and dodge their way through to become the ultimate action hero.

Cities VR – Enhanced Edition – [Launch Day]

With its intial launch on Quest earlier this year, Fast Travel Games managed to bring Cities: Skylines to VR, albeit in a slightly smaller package to run on VR hardware. Smaller, as in the size of your city: you’re actually a Godzilla-sized goliath towering over your little town as you manage all of its buildings and keep up with city planning.

Cosmonious High – [Launch Day]

Owlchemy Labs is known for highly interactive, super approachable VR games, such as award-winning titles Job Simulator and its sequel Vacation Simulator. This one went live a few months ago on Quest and PC VR headsets, and we can’t wait to see PSVR 2’s eye-tracking bring our avatars to life.

Zenith: The Last City – [Launch Day]

From Ramen VR comes the PSVR 2 version of its Kickstarter success story, the MMORPG know as Zenith: The Last City. Promised to be a day-one launch title, there are hundreds of hours of content to chew through in this well-realized VR native.

After The Fall – [Launch Day]

Launched on PC VR, Quest and the original PSVR, Vertigo Games is bringing an enhanced version of the co-op zombie shooter to PSVR 2. If you haven’t heard of it before, it’s essentially Left4Dead, but in VR, letting you sweep through levels with friends and strangers as you mow down massive hordes of zombioid baddies. Upgrade your stuff, come back for more.

Jurassic World Aftermath Collection – [Launch Day]

Coatsink originally brought this two-part psychological dino-thriller to Quest, making for a heart-pounding game of cat-and-mouse with a gaggle of Raptor baddies. Use your eyes and ears to alert you to impending doom, and hide from certain death if you can, Make sure to check out our spoiler-free review of both part 1 and 2 on Quest to see what’s in store.

Altair Breaker – [Launch Day]

Initially released on Steam and PSVR, Altair Breker is a map-based sword fighting game from the makers of Swords of Gargantua, Thirdverse. You can team up with three other friends or go it alone as you for an adventure that the studio says its for “players who want to experience stylish sword-fighting action and feel like the hero in an anime world.”

The Last Clockwinder

The Last Clockwinder is a puzzle automation game about making synchronized machines out of your own clones. Your mission is to repair the Clocktower: an ancient haven for the galaxy’s plants and seeds that’s fallen into disrepair. It won our PC VR Game of the Year 2022, so it definitively will find a good home on the very capable PSVR 2.

Fantasvision 202X – [Launch Day]

Originally released on the PlayStation 2 in 2000, Fantavision is a puzzle game based on the theme of fireworks. The game returns in an all-new title for PS VR2 powered by the Unreal Engine. The game is an artistic combination of action, shooting, strategy, and puzzles. The PSVR 2 headset and PSVR 2 Sense controller provides an immersive experience for you to fill the star-studded sky with sparkling fireworks.

The Tale of Onogoro – [Launch Day]

Amata K.K, creator of the escape adventure Last Labyrinth, returns with a co-op tale. Originally launched on Quest, PSVR 2 players will soon find themselves thrust into an all-too real parallel world where danger and mystery await. You’ll join forces with Hal, a shrine maiden who lives on the island of Onogoro. She’s not alone on the island: five giant, lethal Kami inhabit this isle as well.

Dyschronia: Chronos Alternate – [Launch Day]

Marine city, Astrum Close. Crime rate: 0.001%. In this idyllic metropolis, dreams are utilized to ensure crime is prevented before it even happens. The founder of this so-called paradise is killed in an unprecedented, theoretically impossible incident. Special Supervisor Hal Scion is assigned to this extraordinary case and tasked with unraveling the mystery threatening to plunge the city into disaster.

Other Games Announced for PSVR 2

  • 2MD: VR Football Unleashed All-Star – Truant Pixel
  • Across the Valley – FusionPlay
  • Affected: The Asylum – Fallen Planet Studios
  • Aliens VR – Survios
  • Alvo – Mardonpol
  • Afterlife VR – Split Light Studio
  • Among Us VR – Schell Games and Innersloth
  • Before Your Eyes – Skybound Interactive
  • Black Top Hoops – Vinci Games
  • Black Trail – Red Horizon
  • Creed: Rise to Glory – Championship Edition – Survios
  • Distortion VR – Future Mental Games
  • Do Not Open – Nox Noctis
  • Dropship Commander – Strange Games Studios
  • Engram – Maze Theory
  • Firmament – Cyan Worlds
  • The Exorcist Legion VR: Sin – Pocket Money Games
  • Galaxy Karts – VR Monkey
  • Ghostbusters VR – nDreams, Sony Pictures Virtual Reality (SPVR)
  • Ghosts of Tabot of Tabor – Combat Waffle
  • Golf+ – Golfscope Inc
  • Green Hell VR – Incuvo
  • Grimlord – MetalCat Interactive Technology
  • Hellsplit Arena – DeepType Games
  • Hubris – Cyborn
  • Hypestacks – Squirrel Bytes
  • Job Simulator – Owlchemy
  • Kayak VR: Mirage – Better Than Life
  • Kizuna AI – Touch the Beat! – Gemdrops, Inc.
  • The Last Worker – Wired Productions
  • LONN – SixSense Studios
  • LOW FI – Iris VR
  • Madison – Bloodious Games
  • Medieval Dynasty – RenderCube
  • Mixture – Played With Fire
  • Neolithic Dawn – James Bellian
  • NFL Pro Era – StatusPro, Inc.
  • Pavlov – Vankrupt Games
  • Project Lousianna: The Bounds VR – Build the Light Studio
  • Propagation Paradise Hotel – Wannadev Studio
  • Puzzling Places – Realities.io
  • Requisition – Arcadia VR
  • Rez Infinite – Enhance
  • Runner – Truan Pixel
  • Samurai Slaughter House – Tab Games
  • Shadowgate VR: The Mines of Mythrok – Zojoi LLC. and Azure Drop Studios
  • Song in the Smoke: Rekindled – 17-BIT
  • Soul of Kaeru – BrainUp
  • Stranger Things: The VR Experience – Tender Claws
  • Synth Riders – Kluge Interactive
  • Super Kit: To the Top – Electric Hat Games
  • Tentacular – Devolver
  • Tetris Effect: Connected – Enhance
  • Thumper – Drool LLC
  • Tin Hearts – Rogue Sun
  • The Twilight Zone VR – Pocket Money Games
  • Ultrawings 2 – BitPlanet Games
  • Vacation Simulator – Owlchemy
  • Volcanic Core – Synthesis Universe
  • The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners Chapter 1 – Skydance Interactive
  • Wandering in Space – Moonseer Games
  • What the Bat! – Triband
  • X8 – Thirdverse
  • Zombieland: Headshot Fever Reloaded – XR Games and Sony Pictures VR (SPVR)

Unannounced PSVR 2 Games

  • Archiact sci-fi game
  • Firesprite horror game
  • Vitruvius VR sci-fi game

Update (December 20th, 2022): Sony keeps pumping out the blogpost features leading up to the big launch of PSVR 2 for February 22nd. Many of these have been marked with launch-day releases, which we’ll round up in a separate article closer to the countdown.


Did we miss any? Let us know in the comments below so we can include it in our list!

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  • namekuseijin

    I was waiting since psvr for full Ace Combat 7, full GT 8, Destiny 2, Elite Dangerous, RDR2, Doom Eternal, Skyrim etc

    extremely disappointing lineup…

    • JakeDunnegan

      Err.. Skyrim was released exclusively on the PSVR for like a year. They even sold it as a packaged deal with some of the initial PSVR units. I know, because I got one.

      • namekuseijin

        so did I. I should have stated Skyrim remaster edition. psvr1 graphics is straight from PS3 days.

        • JakeDunnegan

          Yeah, it definitely didn’t have great graphics, but it was nice to see a AAA title in VR, though.

      • JakeDunnegan

        Virgin, how in the hell can you downvote THAT? It has nothing to do with your rage against PC VR.

        Weirdo.

        • Jistuce

          It was about someone having something Quest didn’t, and still doesn’t, have.
          Of COURSE he was gonna be mad. I mean, what else could he do? I’m surprised you didn’t get a volcanic both-barrels rant about how terrible Skyrim is and how it isn’t on Quest because Metabook only allows GOOD games.

      • Tommy

        It was exclusive for 4 months and then Skyrim VR was released on PCVR.

        • JakeDunnegan

          The OP I was responding to said that he was waiting for PSVR to have games like Skyrim, and I was pointing out that it did have Skyrim; that (not only was) Skyrim on the PSVR, but that it had been exclusive, which is why I emphasized it. Was most definitely on the original PSVR and even released with it.

          The length of exclusivity was irrelevant, but yes, looks like it was about 4.5 months. Good thing I said “like” a year, since it was on PSVR in 2017 and PC in 2018. ;)

          Honestly, coming back to this thread four months later, I had to remember what this conversation was even about.

    • kool

      I think GT will be supported, probably elite dangerous, it want doom eternal but Microsoft might kill all VR dreams.

      • namekuseijin

        I was day dreaming with VR in these games for far too long. it’s not part of any marketing push from them, so likely just not…

    • Nik Med

      Agreed – re 4 and 8 are the only standouts currently and the price is 600 with sales tax if that applies where you live – they’re pricing out so many customers – i already know several people who said no based on price alone let alone the launch line up – – AAA with established IPs is what’s going to save VR which is a wonder why they didn’t just port horizon to VR like re8 instead of making some questionable spin off

  • Andrew Jakobs

    Still no word on BC with PSVR1 games?

    • Alan Harrington

      If not, it’s a no buy, not wasting my money a second time!

      • Jim Cherry

        dev will have to port their game as sony has said they arent creating some sort of emulator to make those games work.

  • Octogod

    As someone who isn’t following PSVR 2 at all, this is an enticing list!

    Who wants to take a bet the ones on which two on this list that never make it to PSVR?

    My only real fear is the cord and the smearing. PSVR 1 was unusable to me without nausea, and based on the recent R2VR preview I’m fearful the follow-up will be as well.

  • Tommy

    You guys are missing quite a few…

    – After Life
    – Alvo
    – Among Us
    – Demeo
    – Distortion
    – Do Not Open
    – Engram
    – Exorcist Legion: Sin
    – Firewall Ultra
    – Firmament
    – Ghostbusters
    – Ghosts of Tabor
    – Golf+
    – Green Hell
    – GrimLord
    – Hellsplit Arena
    – Horizon Call of the Mountain
    – Hubris
    – Hyperstacks
    – The Invincible
    – Kayak: Mirage
    – Low-Fi
    – Madison
    – Medieval Dynasty
    – Mixture
    – NFL Pro Era
    – No Man’s Sky
    – Pavlov
    – Project Louisiana: The Bounds
    – Propagation: Paradise Hotel
    – Rec Room
    – Requisition
    – Resident Evil 4 Remake
    – Resident Evil 8 Village
    – Runner
    – Samurai Slaughter House
    – Shadowgate
    – Soul of Kaeru
    – Star Wars: Tales from the Galaxies Edge
    – Stride
    – Super Kit: To the Top
    – The Twilight Zone
    – Ultrawings 2
    – VR Skater
    – Walking Dead S&S Chapter 2
    – Wandering in Space
    *Untitled game from Cloudhead Games
    *Untitled game from Coatsink
    *Untitled game from Fast Travel Studios x2
    *Untitled game from Firesprite
    *Untitled game from First Contact
    *Untitled game from London Studios
    *Untitled game from nDreams
    *Untitled game from Strange Games

    • Tommy

      Honestly, I’m more excited for the Praydog VR Injector mod over majority of this list.
      Unless Sony seriously ups the amount of AAA titles, they are going to lose a lot of steam.

      • kool

        I hoping for some some big announcements when they reveal the price and release date.

        • Tommy

          I hope so too. Currently, the only game I won’t be able to play is Horizon. Although, I’m really hoping that the PSVR2 will be modded for PC soon after launch. I’ll buy the Sony exclusives but everything else I’ll buy on PC with mods on a beefier system :)

          • kool

            I hope sony adds native support to PC and brings over its exclusive like its been doing. I want dreams to come to pcvr so playstation can have a pseudo mod community.

          • Tommy

            Hell yeah, that would be awesome

    • Herbert Werters

      The Invincible? I haven’t heard anything about that. Do you have a source to read about this?

      • Tommy

        This is a quote from the devs. Looks like they want to release the flat version first and then work on VR. Reported by PSVR Without Parole.

        “VR is something we are researching and we would like to bring our THE INVINCIBLE game to VR in the future. It won’t be at launch, but most likely sometime after…” Maciej Dobrowolski – Chief Marketing Officer

    • Mike EY

      Half Life Alyx is coming to PSVR2 as well, the only non-terrorist, non-baby game.

      • Tommy

        It hasn’t been announced by anyone. Also, you are completely wrong.

  • ViRGiN

    Important to note, Alvo isn’t confirmed in any way by Sony. Pavlov also promised a PSVR2 support, and that game is already 6 years in early access, 3 years delayed to launch officially in the store.

    Alvo is a game fully built around PSVR limitations and nothing beyond it – it’s on Quest 2 right now and it’s everything you don’t want in VR. Sony allowing it to launch as PSVR2 title would be a complete joke.

  • Sky Castle

    As an early adopter of VR, I’m tired of these vr experiences, short indie games, and AAA remade for VR. Horizon Call of the Mountain is the only one I’m slightly interested in because they said it’s a 7 hr story campaign, but if it’s all on rails and not open world VR I’m even going to bother with it.

    • gothicvillas

      I would like to have a look on it just for the visuals. But if its on rails indeed, and not open world, and costing money (not free) then I doubt I would ever bother..

    • Tommy

      Lucky for you, it’s not on rails. :)

      • Jim Cherry

        7hrs open world campaign sounds like a really small map.

        • Tommy

          Agreed. 7 hrs is a short game.

        • namekuseijin

          It’s neither on-rails nor open-world, just the usual linear training wheels VR game with shiny graphics for VRgins, much like Alyx. At the very least though, it offers climbing and battles may be more exciting than single boss battles shown for now…

    • Tommy

      It’s not on rails at all.

    • Zachary Scott Dickerson

      yes, VR has been very dead since HL: Alyx, as if that was the end of new PCVR.

  • gothicvillas

    based on the list, there is just 1 game worth mentioning – RE8. The rest is shovelware you find on all platforms.
    now, where is RDR or COD in VR? How about MGS full VR campaigns? Or The Last of Us? Maybe GTA?
    Next article will be “JOB SIMULATOR CONFIRMED FOR PSVR2” fck that

    • Alan Harrington

      Sorry, but I agree with your unedited comment…

    • Ookami

      is Horizon Call of the Mountain a joke to you? That looks like some HL:A level VR gameplay

    • kool

      Its some solid aa games on the list, just one or two shovelish games. And dont forget sony hasn’t done a property launch announcement with a date and price I’d expect bigger games revealed then.

  • Pedro Kayatt

    We will be releasing Galaxy Kart VR os PSVR2 as well.. currently we are showing it here at Tokyo Game Show 2022… not a AAA game guys, sry, but if we get some IP we can do it haha

    • kool

      See if you can get sony to license you use some of their characters for dlc packs. Astro, ratchet n clank, sackboy, kratos, gravity rush the options are endless.

      • Pedro Kayatt

        It would be awesome… we are talking to other VR devs to bring theis characters to our game as well..

  • Tommy

    It’s because it’s a completely different type of tracking. Sony will probably update their games but they can’t do anything for games they don’t own.

  • That’s a solid list already.

  • Alexander Sears

    VR as a platform for entertainment will receive its mark of legitimacy when it can convince Infinity Ward to make the next Call of Duty a hybrid game. Multiplayer might require separate servers for VR and non-VR players I suspect.

    • Tommy

      Check out Crossfire: Sierra Squad :)

      • namekuseijin

        only names can convince flatlanders

    • Ben Jacobs

      That’s a long way off considering ABK didn’t start shooting for mobile until the user base outnumbered console/PC by an order of magnitude.

      • kool

        I’d play a port of mobile cod between quest 2 n psvr2 it should make bank.

  • glassof water

    Looks like Sony said “PSVR2 Content” for the RE4 Remake, so there’s a good chance it’s some shitty side content like Rise of the Tomb Raider and not the actual game.

    • NL_VR

      most likely it be the whole game.
      Made in Re engine it will be “as easy” as making earlier Re games in VR.
      if not, we hope we get a VR-mod on PC at least.

  • Jim P

    I will most likely buy the PSVR2. It has oled which means my horror games want be grey.

  • Andrew Jakobs

    They said 20 games on release, and they only announced 19 so far… Guess what title will be number 20…..

  • Wow, the lineup is becoming pretty interesting…

  • Guspaz

    I found the art design very detailed and beautiful.

  • Nothing to see here

    Spoiler: The big surprise on release day will be Grand Theft Auto V VR. Rockstar telegraphed the punch when they banned all VR mods for the game. This is the same pattern they followed before they released the remakes of GTA 3, Vice City and San Andreas. Rockstar previously released a VR version of L.A. Noir.

    • david vincent

      L.A. Noire VR was a failure technically and commercially so I wouldn’t get my hopes up

      • Des Dearman

        Commercially i agree, technically very underrated. So many great things and neat touches. The driving was a standout moment, the conveyance of chasing someone was well realised with the arm swinging, the notepad, the body movement all worked. Neat touches like tipping your hat, the fine detail of clue items. There were many Youtube videos for a reason….

        The shooting sections needed a little more exploration and toning, it’s main problem being the transition from foot to the car. Standing up then forcing a sit down when you jumped in the car, a hurdle that couldn’t be avoided with the way they’d done the natural locomotion and in car motion steering.

        Game took a hammering on release because it didn’t support oculus, then there were problems launching it through the sideloading social club thing they had. Non of that helped, and gave it a real crappy launch on what was a premium price.

        If RS do a GTA in VR, i think they keep a lot of what was good about LA’N.

        • david vincent

          Driving is great but for the rest of the game, controls are clunky. And too much little things are breaking the immersion. (See the review from Roadtovr for more details)

    • NL_VR

      I dont think we will get GTAV VR.
      I have understanding that the playstation vr Believe so but im verry sceptical.
      If we get GTA in VR it’s this San Andrea’s VR game from the studio behind LA Noire VR

  • JCR

    Could you repost this and give a category for each game? Not everyone is an enthusiast who will take hours to hunt down that detail for each game. We simply want to see if there will be enough games of a type we might like at launch before we consider a PSVR2 pre-order.

    • Tommy

      What type of game are you looking for?

  • Rupert Jung

    I really wonder why Sony still din’t announce PSVR2 support for GT7

  • William R. Cousert

    What about non gaming titles, like Virtual Desktop (for PC VR support), YouTube and Netflix? Will it have a web browser?

  • Tommy

    Super Kit: To the Top was canceled :(

  • Tommy

    Here’s the updated list as of Jan 18, 2023:

    CONFIRMED:

    – 22 Racing Series
    – 2MD Football Unleashed Allstar
    – Across the Valley
    – Affected: The Asylum
    – After Life
    – After the Fall
    – Alien
    – Altair Breaker
    – Alvo
    – Among Us
    – Awesome Asteroids
    – Beat Saber
    – Behemoth
    – Blacktop Hoops
    – Black Trail
    – Blockstar
    – Bloody Hell Hotel
    – Cave Digger 2: Dig Harder
    – Chernobyl Again
    – Cities VR
    – Cosmonius High
    – Crossfire: Sierra Squad
    – The Dark Pictures: Switchback
    – Demeo
    – Distortion
    – Do Not Open
    – Dropship Commander
    – Drums Rock
    – Dischronia
    – Engram
    – The Exorcist Legion: Sin
    – Fantavision
    – Firewall Ultra
    – Firmament
    – Galaxy Kart
    – Ghostbusters
    – Ghosts of Tabor
    – Golf+
    – Gran Turismo 7
    – Green Hell
    – GrimLord
    – Hello Neighbor: Search and Rescue
    – Hellsplit Arena
    – Hellsweeper
    – Horizon: Call of the Mountain
    – Hubris
    – Hyperstacks
    – Job Simulator
    – Jurassic World: Aftermath
    – Kayak: Mirage
    – Kazuna AI: Touch the Beat!
    – The Last Worker
    – The Light Brigade
    – LONN
    – Low-Fi
    – Madison
    – Medieval Dynasty
    – Mixture
    – Moss Book 1&2
    – Neolithic Dawn
    – No Man’s Sky
    – Pavlov
    – Prison Simulator
    – Pistol Whip
    – Project Louisiana: The Bounds
    – Propagation: Paradise Hotel
    – Rec Room
    – Requisition
    – Resident Evil 4 Remake?
    – Resident Evil 8 Village
    – Rezzil
    – The Riese Project
    – R-Type Final 3 Evolved
    – Runner
    – Samurai Slaughter House
    – Shadowgate: The Minds of Mythrok
    – Snow Scout
    – Song in the Smoke: Rekindled
    – Soul of Kaeru
    – Star Wars: Tales from the Galaxies Edge
    – Stranger Things
    – The Suicide Guy
    – Survival Nation
    – Swordsman
    – The Tale of Onogoro
    – Tentacular
    – Tin Hearts
    – The Twilight Zone
    – Ultrawings 2
    – Undead Citadel
    – Vacation Simulator
    – Volcanic Core
    – The Walking Dead S&S Chapter 2
    – Wandering in Space
    – The Wizards: Dark Times
    – Wolf and Pigs: Out for Vengeance
    – X8
    – Zenith: The Last City
    *Untitled game from Cloudhead Games
    *Untitled game from Coatsink
    *Untitled game from Fast Travel Studios x2
    *Untitled game from Firesprite
    *Untitled game from First Contact
    *Untitled game from London Studios
    *Untitled game from nDreams
    *Untitled game from Strange Games
    *Untitled game from Virtruvius

    RUMORED:

    Atomic Heart
    Doctor Who: Edge of Reality
    Dreams
    Farpoint 2
    Half Life Alyx
    Hitman 3
    Illysia
    Kona
    Peak Blinders: The King’s Ransom
    The Persistance
    Robo Recall 2
    Untitled game from Kojima