Just a month after PlayStation’s big gaming showcase, the company announced it’s bringing four more titles to PSVR 2’s library of games, which includes an upgraded port, a remake, and two brand new titles.

There is already a good swath of games on the horizon we can’t wait to play on PSVR 2, such as upcoming sci-fi shooter Synapse coming in July, Five Nights at Freddy’s: Help Wanted 2 in late 2023, Arizona Sunshine 2 later this year, and Resident Evil 4 VR coming hopefully at some point this year.

Now PlayStation says we can add four more to the list: Pixel Ripped 1995, Tiger Blade, The 7th Guest VR, and Wanderer: The Fragments of Fate.

Pixel Ripped 1995

With the release of Pixel Ripped 1978 on all major VR headsets this month, you probably want to know when you’ll get a chance to play the previous game, Pixel Ripped 1995. Now developers ARVORE is bringing ’90s classic gaming experience-meets-VR immersion at 120 fps, including both PSVR 2 Sense controller adaptive triggers and headset feedback. The studio says Pixel Ripped 1995 is coming to PSVR 2 in the “near future.”

Tiger Blade

Tiger Blade is a newly announced Korean neo-noir action game, ostensibly coming to PSVR 2 as an exclusive from French studio Ikimasho Games. Step into the role of a deadly assassin from the Horangi chapter of the Tiger Clans, where your mission is to steal a rare tiger cub coveted by rival gangs. It’s slated to arrive on PSVR 2 in late 2023.

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The 7th Guest

Announced for the Quest platform, it seems PSVR 2 owners will also be able to get in on the classic adventure, which is based off the ’90s CD-ROM game. Like the original, you’ll be tossed into a haunted mansion for puzzles and full-motion video (FMV) characters spirits who bring the early adventure game to life. The 7th Guest is coming to PSVR 2 “later this year,” developers Vertigo Games say.

Wanderer – The Fragments of Fate

This is a remake of the original Wanderer, which launched on major VR headsets in 2022. The developers Mighty Eyes call it “completely reimagined for the next generation of VR,” letting you swim, jump, crouch, climb, zipline and swing, the studio says. We’re supposed to get Wanderer – The Fragments of Fate in the “very near future.”

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  • Paul Bellino

    Where is Half-Life Alyx For PSVR2 ???

    • There was never gonna be Alyx for PSVR2 – it was fake news.

    • ViRGiN

      It’s a game designed to lock you into Steam platform. Why would it ever be published to anything else?

      • kakek

        Cause Valve was never that into exclusives. Steam succeded by itself without that kind of artificial boost.
        It was not unimaginable that they would decide PSVR2 is not direct competition, and that their exclusive has played it’s role already. Same way Playstation exclusives end up on Steam after a while.

        • XRC

          Half Life was ported to playstation 2 back in 2001, it’s possible you could see HLA on PSVR2?

      • Rupert Jung

        Half Life 2, Portal, Portal 2 etc. were released for PS3.

        • ViRGiN

          HL2 also came out on Mac.
          So what?
          Valve isn’t the same company anymore.
          Valve isn’t your friend.

    • Paul Bellino

      You Guy sure talk out of your asses

  • nothing interesting here

  • ApocalypseShadow

    Wanderer looking good. As well as more games for PS VR 2. I could dig Tiger Blade of it turns out good.

  • Collin Drennen

    PSVR2, for myself, is shaping up to be the ‘headset of choice’ ONLY if you haven’t played any PCVR games in the past few years. What doesn’t make it better is if you still have PCVR, there are enough sales ongoing that can significantly undercut PSVR2 prices (e.g., the recent Humble Bundle for Saints and Sinners).

    For those who have played only in the PSVR universe, this is a great time for VR. For those with a semi-decent PCVR rig, the only thing to look forward to in the short term are PSVR2 exclusives, which are few and far between.

    • Kenny Thompson

      What PSVR exclusives have been announced that are not yet released? Any?

      • Dragon Marble

        Crossfire, Firewall, RE4. Yes, they are few and far between, but they are the ones that can quench the thirst of hardcore VR gamers.