There’s been no shortage of great VR games in 2019, although 2020 is shaping up to be a pretty significant year in VR gaming too.

We rounded up the top titles confirmed for release in 2020, which includes everything from polished indies to big budget ‘AAA’ games coming to a VR headset near you.

We’ll be adding to this list along the way to 2020, and keeping it current as official launch dates are announced, so make sure to check back for the latest.

There’s also a number of games that should arrive before the ball drops on New Year’s Eve; you’ll find those at the bottom half of the page.

Lone Echo II (Rift)

  • Description: Return to the rings of Saturn on a journey that takes you deeper into the mysteries of space — past the very boundaries of time itself. Venture beyond the unknown in Lone Echo II.
  • Developer: Ready at Dawn
  • Release date: 2020

Medal of Honor: Above & Beyond (Rift)

  • DescriptionMedal of Honor: Above and Beyond brings the historic battlefields of World War II back to the forefront for an epic AAA experience like no other. You’ll play as an Allied agent of the Office of Strategic Services (OSS), tasked with infiltrating, outgunning, and outsmarting the Nazi war machine. As you complete your tour of duty across Europe, you’ll collaborate with the French Resistance, working to sabotage Nazi operations from behind enemy lines.
  • Developer: Respawn Entertainment, Oculus Studios
  • Release date: 2020
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The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners (PC VR)

  • Description: Saints & Sinners is a game unlike any other in The Walking Dead universe. Every challenge you face and decision you make is driven by YOU. Fight the undead, scavenge through the flooded ruins of New Orleans, and face gut-wrenching choices for you and the other survivors. Live The Walking Dead’s dark drama in your own skin.
  • Developer: Skydance Interactive
  • Release date: January 23rd, 2020


  • Description:Welcome to the next generation of Cyberpunk virtual reality. Patrol the streets and the skies, solving mysteries, fighting crime, or giving in to corruption and your own desires. The choice is yours.
  • Developer: IRIS VR
  • Release date: 2020

Firmament (PC VR, PSVR)

  • Description: Firmament is a resplendent fantastic steampunk journey — a monumental voyage through diverse and curious realms with the ever-present assistance of a helpful clockwork adjunct, and the deep and moving instruction and emotional chronicles of an ethereal mentor.
  • Developer: Cyan Worlds
  • Release date: releasing to KS backers in July 2020

After the Fall (PC VR, PSVR)

  • Description: From the creators of Arizona Sunshine comes an epic VR action FPS with intense co-op gameplay at its core that pits up to 4 players against a vast, hostile VR world in a raging fight for survival.
  • Developer: Vertigo Games
  • Release date: 2020

Iron Man VR  (PSVR)

  • Description: Don the PlayStation VR headset to suit up as the Armored Avenger in an original Iron Man adventure! Using two PlayStation Move motion controllers fire up Iron Man’s Repulsor Jets and blast into the skies with an arsenal of iconic Iron Man weapons at your fingertips. Face off against Iron Man’s greatest foes in high stakes, action-packed battles. Upgrade tech in Tony Stark’s garage to customize Iron Man’s sleek suit and awesome abilities.
  • Developer: Camouflaj
  • Release date: February 28th, 2020
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Paper Beast

  • Description: Paper Beast is a playful exploration game set in a colorful ecosystem born out of big data. Undertake a virtual journey of discovery through an immersive and poetic gameplay experience.
  • Developer: Pixel Reef
  • Release date: Q1 2020

Coming Soon

Stormland (Rift)

  • Description: The Tempest shattered your android body. Journey through an ever-changing cloudscape to augment yourself and save your friends. Explore an expansive world with complete freedom—bound up cliffs, glide across chasms, and fly through the slipstream with velocity. Detonate explosives, harness electricity, and wield makeshift weapons to overcome titanium sentries and monolithic guardians. Play single-player, or explore forgotten ruins together.
  • Developer: Insomniac Games
  • Release date: November 14th, 2019

Budget Cuts 2: Mission Insolvency (PC VR)

  • Description: Cut your way to the oil-splattered underbelly of TransCorp to put an end to their vicious budget cuts once and for all.
  • Developer: Neat Corporation, Fast Travel Games
  • Release date: 2019

Boneworks (PC VR)

  • Description: BONEWORKS is an Experimental Physics VR Adventure. Use found physics weapons, tools, and objects to fight across dangerous playscapes and mysterious architecture.
  • Developer: Stress Level Zero
  • Release date: Q4 2019

Sniper Elite VR (PC VR, PSVR)

  • Description: Experience a brand-new Sniper Elite game featuring an authentic first-person view, an explosive campaign and immersive motion controls.
  • Developer: Rebellion Games
  • Release date: “coming soon”

Valve’s Flagship Title (PC VR)

Image courtesy Valve
  • Description: Half Life VR confirmed???
  • Developer: Valve
  • Release date: 2019

Espire 1: VR Operative (PC VR, Quest, PSVR)

  • Description: The definitive VR stealth experience: Espire 1 brings the stealth genre to the exciting medium of Virtual Reality, delivering gameplay mechanics for the stealth and action genres that have yet to be explored.
  • Developer: Digital Lode
  • Release date: Fall 2019
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Did we miss anything? Let us know in the comments below!

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  • JesuSaveSouls

    Jesusavesouls !

    • CornPop Redux

      Are you really a Christian? You seem like an anti-Christian troll. Just saying…. if you really are a Christian trying to spread the message I think you are being very counter productive.

      • Moe Curley


      • Pulstar44

        I’m gonna say troll. Who the hell is jesu and why does he save ouls anyways?

        • whiteturbo

          I know that guy, he’s dyslexic. His name is Jessy and he’s an ornithologist who collects owls.

  • lloydbeatz

    Backed Firmament on Kickstarter so I’ll be getting a copy of that but Lone Echo 2 is my Most Anticipated for sure.

  • DanDei

    Oh come on. Who actually believes that Valve will release one of its flagship VR titles in 2019? The year is over in 11 weeks and the game hasn’t even been announced yet. Not gonna happen.

    • gothicvillas

      It does look gloomy… but what if?!

      • DanDei

        There is realistic expactations and there is that small percentage chance that out of the blue life might just surprise you in the best possible way. Expecting the latter can easily set you up for disappointment, so I prefer only talking about the first.

        • Gus Bisbal

          I completely agree. I have already thought this. Look if all we get is half life 2 in VR I am happy

    • Jarilo

      Yea, maybe. I’m thinking announcement end of the year, release early 2020.

      • D-_-RAiL

        spot on

      • penix

        U thinking right!

    • namekuseijin

      next year is best year because the nextgen consoles are coming and they sure want a share of that, specially if PS5 brings better controls for PSVR, besides infinite more power

    • drowhunter

      Had to scroll back up to the title to make sure I read it right. The title says 2020

    • impurekind

      Well, Half-Life: Alyx happened and it was well worth the wait.

    • Oblivious Lion

      How little did you know. Here we now have Half Life Alyx and its #1 in VR

  • AlexLogin0ff

    This year I’m still waiting for the game Walking Dead Onslaught and Undead Citadel

    • david vincent

      Btw Borderlands 2 VR is for tomorrow ! Yay !

  • Moe Curley


  • alex

    I’m a Quest owner only, I’m still waiting for Arizona Sunshine and The Climb (yeah…). I really want to try the Oculus Link to be able to test all these beauties!

    • DanDei

      Not sure The Climb would run well on Quest without severe graphic’s downgrade. But with the link cable there will be plenty of games available.

  • Jarilo

    Good list.

  • Ellie 187

    My valve index says Boneworks and Valve’s unannounced game are my two most anticipated titles

  • Rosko

    So Lone echo 2 is pretty much going to be in the same environment/location with the same 2 characters, the same assets & will probably have similar puzzles which imo where really poor in the first game. Honestly i just wish they started a new game.

  • Arcticu Kitsu

    Good list, good list :)

    Here is to hoping Medal of Honour shall hit the market heavily. It seems highly promising. As does the other titles. Nice strong list.

    Gundam VR when?

  • Jarilo

    That would be pretty wild. lol

  • State of Psychosis

    I’m excited for Firmament and Lone Echo 2. Still not a single turn-based RPG like Final Fantasy in VR yet though. I’ve been waiting 5 disappointing years and still not even one developer has given the genre a chance. Missed opporunity. Being the only game in a genre is a gauranteed sell.

    • kingcole225

      … Why would anyone make a turn-based rpg in VR?

      • D-_-RAiL

        because 3rd person games that you move around units would be cool

  • Still can’t believe we get Stormland in just under a month. So excited!

  • Flagship VR game of Valve: do you mean Half Life VR? ;)

  • The Art of Virtual Reality

    Hello everyone, as part of an assignment, I would like to discuss with you all the utilization of Virtual Reality in helping people with mental illness or disabilities to overcome their limitations. There has been a rise in the medical sphere lately in using a VR treatment to help people to slowly readapting to the real world, as it also provides a safe space for them to learn. VR make the impossible, possible for people with disabilities and it offers a range of opportunities to these people when it comes to learning, relaxation or a rehabilitation process. It provides them with the ability to dive and travel into a world freely at their own will without any limitations and help them experience new things that they could never imagines before but now they are able to achieve it. I’d be very grateful if you all can participate in this conversation, giving your personal thoughts on the matter. What kind of VR games can be the best for them according to you and also what do you think about the concept of using VR as a purpose of treatment? Thank you all in advance for participating in this conversation~ ^^

    • Ardra Diva

      I think you’d want an app purpose-built for that. Too many of them are games full of action and even violence.

    • aasdfa

      so you may not know it but there are already a ton of companies going for this aspect of education. VR for mentally disabled to help teach, its already kinda a huge market

  • D Polo

    So is it official that Espire 1 has slipped till 2020?


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  • Paulski Lynchski

    Pistolwhip looks set to be huge – Viro Move will be pretty cool too

  • RickityRick

    I don’t know if I need to throw more grenades in VR…

  • State of Psychosis

    I’m excited for Firmament and Lone Echo 2. Still not a single turn-based RPG like Final Fantasy in VR yet though. I’ve been waiting 5 disappointing years and still not even one developer has given the genre a chance. Missed opportunity. Being the only game in a genre is a guaranteed sell.

  • State of Psychosis

    Man, I’m starting to think that no one will ever release a proper turn-based RPG like Final Fantasy in VR. I need something to play for when I want to just chill on the couch after a long day at work. We need game genres that are less action oriented to fill that gap super bad.

    • penix

      I would never ever pay for a turn-based rpg in vr personally. urgh

      • State of Psychosis

        I would never play a horror game in VR or an action RPG at all, but you don’t see me getting upset that other people like those genres. We all like different things and every type of game deserves VR support. Actually, two turn-based RPGs for the Oculus Go are some of the most recommended games for it. Augmented Empire was fantastic for example. We just haven’t seen any content like this for the Rift yet, but the thirst for it is there like for any other genre that hasn’t been done on the platform yet. People need to get over the idea that games need to meet a certain set of requirements to deserve VR support. Fans of turn-based RPGs or any other genre aren’t going to suddenly start liking action RPGs instead just because of VR. We play these games because we prefer strategy and thinking things through over how fast we can mash a button. VR doesn’t change that and it’s up to developers to be creative in how they implement it. All I know is that I haven’t bought a game in months because no one is making anything I want to play right now and I’m not alone. I especially want these to have something relaxing to play when I want to sit and play something. Too much action stuff in VR can be a problem when you work on your feet all day and just want to play something that you can sit and relax with.

        • penix

          “but you don’t see me getting upset that other people like those genres”
          Upset isn’t the word I’d use… disgusted is more like it