PSVR 2 had a healthy slate of launch titles, but for it to have any long-term future it needs an equally impressive set of games beyond that. Thankfully, the immediate future looks bright.
From ports of PSVR titles to exclusive big-budget titles and indie gems, we've compiled a list of the biggest Upcoming PSVR 2 Games to give you a glimpse of what you can expect from Sony's luxurious headset in 2023 and beyond.
Upcoming PSVR 2 Games
With a diverse lineup of games on the horizon, it's evident that PSVR 2 has a promising future. We're keeping an eye on several upcoming games, and we recommend you do too. Here are some of the titles that we're expecting to release soon:
Another Fisherman’s Tale (May 11)
The follow-up to the 2019 VR hit where you play as a fisherman on his adventures. The sequel sees his daughter on a quest to dive through her father’s memories in search of answers.
Interestingly, you’ll be able to detach certain limbs nd replace them with other objects in order to solve puzzles. That’s handy.
Humanity (May 16)
The creators of Tetris Effect have birthed a bizarre take on Lemmings where a Shiba Inu guides a mass of humanity towards an end goal. Jump, push, climb, swim, and more as you lead them to the exit. It also features player-created stages and will be available on PS Plus at launch.
Hello Neighbor: Search and Rescue (May 25th)
The latest spinoff in tinybuild’s hit horror series could be the most immersive experience yet. This time you’ll play as six different kids with unique abilities as you head into the home of Mr. Peterson to rescue your friend.
Set in a vibrant sci-fi universe, Hubris is a survival game that will receive a PSVR 2 upgrade this month. You can run, jump, swim, and climb as you strive to survive exotic biomes.
VR Skater (June 21)
A mixture of hardcore and casual street skateboarding simulator. The game has plenty of urban environments to learn a variety of complex tricks. All without the risk of breaking legs (well, almost without risk).
C-Smash VRS (June 23)
A reimagining of a cult classic, but now with the power of VR. This futuristic sports game provides a competitive challenge with a catchy dance soundtrack.
Operation Wolf Returns: First Mission VR (June 23)
Operation Wolf Returns: First Mission VR is based on Taito's 1987 arcade game, whose spirit it stays faithful to. Virtuallyz Gaming's rail shooter debuts a more modern art style while putting us in the role of a special agent fighting a new criminal organization. Aside from a six-level solo campaign, there's also a survival mode in which we can test our skills against endless waves of enemies.
This PSVR 2 exclusive action shooter uses telekinesis to create something rather unique to the headset. The funky visuals add some extra flavor to the mix.
Journey to Foundation (2023)
A sci-fi epic based on Isaac Asimov’s classic novel. This deep space drama will see your personal journey help steer the fate of humanity among the stars. Which side will you join in an all-out war for galactic supremacy?
The Foglands (2023)
Well Told Entertainment
Announced on a PlayStation Showcase earlier in 2023, this first-person roguelike adventure is set in a fog-shrouded Western-style world. Combat is flexible so you can either go all in with stealth or smash the enemy into pieces with sheer brute force.
Firewall Ultra (2023)
The sequel to PSVR’s 2018 exclusive Firewall Zero Hour sees another dose of squad-based First-person shooting. The higher interactivity of the new hardware could make for an even greater level of strategy.
Green Hell VR (2023)
The Amazonian survival game makes the VR leap. A stranded anthropologist must stay alive in a hostile jungle environment. Play on a muggy Summer’s day for extra immersion.
Among Us VR (TBC)
Among Us VR will bring a fresh twist to the famous murder mystery game. The extra immersion afforded to it by the PSVR 2 hardware should add to the intense atmosphere as you seek to avoid being murdered.
Beat Saber (TBC)
The iconic rhythm action game will be returning to PSVR with improved visuals and tighter controls. We shall see if it comes packaged with more tracks than the PSVR version or will be a straight port.
A 5v5 multiplayer hero shooter. This meta take on the genre sees the world’s contemporary shooters rebooted and the distinct heroes from each one now team up and fight each other in order to restore their own personal realms.
PokerStars VR (TBC)
Accidentally revealed to be coming to PSVR 2 recently, the Meta Quest poker game features the ability to read tells of rival players as you aim to win big at the sport of poker. Not with real money though.
Ghostbusters Rise of the Ghost Lord (TBC)
Sony Pictures Virtual Reality
The Ghostbusters can now work from home! Join the San Francisco branch of Ghostbusters to battle spirits with the iconic tools of the trade. No word if there’s haptic feedback for getting slimed.
Crossfire: Sierra Squad (TBC)
A brand new FPS from Smilegate. Crossfire: Sierra Squad will put your skills to the test in a squad-based shooter with devious AI enemies. You’ll be able to bring your friends along to tackle the threats posed as well.
Hellsweeper VR (TBC)
Hop between dimensions and fight monsters with strange weaponry and some messed up gravity. The pace and style bring to mind Doom with a wilder sci-fi streak.
Sushi Ben (TBC)
Big Brane Studios
An intriguing strange name, but the game itself is a surprisingly unique 3D mix of Yakuza storytelling and Animal Crossing community as you strive to save a sushi restaurant from closure.
Resident Evil 4 Remake (TBC)
After Resident Evil Village’s superb PSVR 2 experience, it’ll be interesting to see just what Capcom plans to do with the Resident Evil 4 Remake’s own upcoming VR content. It’ll be part of a free update, but we still have no idea if it will be the full game in VR as with Village, or something more contained.
Aces of Thunder (TBC)
A VR War Thunder game? That sounds like one hell of a union, and Gaijin Games looks set to make that come true with Aces of Thunder. It’ll give you near-full control of your plane as you fight in the skies.
Imagine if you will, a Shadow of the Colossus-style game from the creators of The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners. That’s what Skydance is aiming for with Behemoth. Travel across the Forsaken Lands to battle enemies both human and monstrous along the way.
So there you have it. There will undoubtedly be more games announced in the future, and there's still a whole slew of PSVR titles that have yet to make the PSVR 2 jump. We'll keep you informed on the games in PSVR 2's future right here on GameWatcher.
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