PSVR 2 Games, PlayStation VR 2 Games, PSVR 2, PSVR 2 Games Announced, PSVR 2 Games Rumored – Sony‘s PSVR 2 is in full development and is supposedly coming out in Q1 2023, and we’ve already caught a glimpse of its design as well as the controller. Still, hardware is only as good as its games, so what’s on the cards for Sony’s new headset? Let’s find out!
PSVR 2: All Games Announced To Date
Horizon Call Of The Mountain
Co-developed by Firesprite, which joined the PlayStation family of studios in September 2021, Horizon Call of the Mountain is a spin-off set in Guerrilla Games’ futuristic sci-fi world, and sees you stepping into the boots of a brand new character rather than Aloy. It’s one of the first games confirmed for PSVR 2 by Sony, so perhaps it’s a launch title?
Low-Fi has the distinction of being the first ever PSVR 2 game confirmed, which was revealed back in March 2021. The Blade Runner-flavoured title is the spiritual successor to Technolust, and is described as a ‘next-generation virtual reality simulation in which you as the player patrol the streets (and the skies above them) solving mysteries, fighting crime, or giving in to corruption.’
nDreams Unnamed PSVR 2 Game
nDreams has announced that it already has a PSVR 2 game in development, but hasn’t divulged any further details beyond this. The news was revealed in a press release after it had acquired a $35 million investment from Aonic Group.
NFL Pro Era
A quarterback simulation title that sees players attempting to climb the NFL league for a spot competing in the Super Bowl. Players will take part in training as they battle against competing teams in the league, with PSVR 2 putting you right in midst of the action.
Truant Pixel officially confirmed RUNNER for the PSVR 2 in April of last year, and takes the form of a cyberpunk romp set in a future driven by themes such as lo-fi and cassette futuristic. Players engage in adrenaline-pumping combat and driving, all set to a pulse-pounding soundtrack and dynamic music.
PSVR 2 – All Rumored Games
Nick Baker has claimed that Valve’s Half-Life Alyx is on its way to PSVR 2, although there’s been no confirmation from Sony or Valve at this point.
Resident Evil Village
Resident Evil Village at one stage was set to feature PSVR support, which ultimately didn’t make the cut in the final game. However, with the horror title still a solid fit for virtual reality support, there’s a chance that Capcom could implement PSVR 2 support at some point soon, possibly to coincide with its upcoming DLC.
Gran Turismo 7
Gran Turismo creator Kazunori Yamauchi has been very coy about the prospect of PSVR support for Gran Turismo 7, and as only said that he is unable to talk about it “yet.” With the game now available for PS5, there’s a strong chance that it could gain support for PSVR 2 in the future.
Impulse Gear’s original Farpoint was one of the highlights of PSVR, and while a sequel hasn’t been officially announced yet, there’s every chance that we may get one. In fact, here’s what the studio told UploadVR:
We definitely don’t have anything to announce at the moment but that is our roots and we’re very happy with what we did on Farpoint. And I think you look at that game and that universe and there’s absolutely a lot more to explore there.
We’re sticking this one as a rumor for now, as we’ve only heard about it from a Polish interview that hasn’t been corroborated. Medieval Dynasty has already seen huge popularity on PC via Steam, and according to the aforementioned interview with its creators, they’re also planning a PSVR 2 version.
We’ll be adding more to the list over time, so keep checking back!