Over on the US PlayStation Blog, SIEA Social Media Manager Justin Massongill has compiled a list of 34 PSVR games targeting a Spring 2018 release. The article details some of the more anticipated titles: Ark Park, Crisis on the Planet of the Apes, Rick and Morty: Virtual Rick-ality, Smash Hit Plunder, Torn, and Xing: The Land Beyond.

Although Massongill notes that some projected dates may slip, the list is an illustration of Sony’s commitment to the platform, maintaining a steady flow of high-quality VR releases since the headset’s launch in October 2016, including standouts like the recently released Moss.

Of the detailed games, Ark Park, Crisis on the Planet of the Apes, and Smash Hit Plunder are likely to appeal to action fans, check out their trailers below:

On the other hand, Torn, Xing: The Land Beyond, and Rick and Morty: Virtual Rick-ality are more puzzle-orientated. The latter is sure to be enjoyed by fans of Job Simulator (one of PSVR’s top rated titles) as it’s made by the same studio, Owlchemy Labs.

Here’s the complete list of what Sony says is launching this Spring:

  • Anamorphine
  • Apocalypse Rider
  • Ark Park
  • Snail Games
  • Chromagun VR
  • CoolpaintrVR
  • Crisis on the Planet of the Apes
  • Flatline Experience The Other Side
  • Floor Plan
  • Headbutt Factory
  • Hopalong: The Badlands
  • Island Time
  • Just in Time Inc.
  • Killing Floor: Incursion
  • MLB Home Run Derby VR
  • Nothin’ But Net
  • One Piece Grand Cruise
  • Pixel Ripped 1989
  • Prana
  • Preta: Vendetta Rising
  • Quar Infernal Machines
  • RadianVR
  • Rick and Morty: Virtual Rick-ality
  • Rooms the Unsolvable Puzzle
  • Separation
  • Smash Hit Plunder
  • Super Amazeballs
  • Super Kaiju
  • Syren
  • The Perfect Sniper
  • Time Carnage
  • Torn for PlayStation VR
  • Torn
  • Aspyr
  • VR Apocalypse
  • War Robots VR: The Skirmish
  • Xing: The Land Beyond

Which are you most looking forward to?

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  • gothicvillas

    Great line up. Torn looks good.

  • Ryan Alan

    Was really hoping to see Avlo on that list. It is the biggest game I am looking forward to. Being able to play crossplay like an Onward on all VR platforms looks amazing.

    • antonio mora

      You mean Alvo. Yeah that looks promising.

      • Ryan Alan

        Ah yes. I swear I meant to spell it that way :0)

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  • Eddie Barsh

    Pretty cool lineup! Love all the options we have can’t wait to get started ! The one I’m most looking forward to is Crisis POTA

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