What are all PSVR2 launch games? With Sony’s new headphones to be released on February 22, 2023, you might want to start writing a list of stocks to buy alongside. In this PSVR2 Guidewe will reveal all PSVR2 launch games. You can find more information at all games confirmed and free PSVR to PSVR2 upgrades through the links.
All PSVR2 Launch Games
Below are listed all PSVR2 launch games confirmed so far. Sony has said there will be over 20 titles ready for the big launch, so what you see below is just a small selection of what’s on offer in February 2023.
After the fall
Vertigo Games’ co-op shooter is enhanced for PSVR2, featuring full crossplay and 4K HDR resolution with a 100-degree field of view. All title updates so far will be incorporated into the updated version of After the Fall, making it the best edition yet.
An anime-inspired sword-fighting game where you’re encouraged to take on robotic hordes with up to three other players in co-op, Altair Breaker certainly looks like it has a satisfying combat loop. As well as parrying and attacking, you’ll also have to climb through the game’s virtual world – and, yes, you do get a glider, because those are all the rage these days, right?
VR Cities: Enhanced Edition
An enhanced VR version of Cities: Skylines, this brand new edition will be enhanced through the use of PSVR2 Sense controllers. From humble beginnings, you can build the city of your dreams, either giving the skyscrapers a green light or keeping things more low-key.
From the developer of Job Simulator and Vacation Simulator, the team at Owlchemy Labs is preparing another bizarre title that this time takes you into space to help rebuild a school you crashed into as an alien. The game will support 4K resolution and take advantage of all the bells and whistles the PSVR2 has to offer, just like the studio did with Sony’s previous headset.
Roll the dice and slay monsters in this VR adaptation of the classic Dungeons & Dragons Games. Up to four players can come together or battle it out on the table to rid the world of evil, with haptic feedback and eye-tracking technology both employed.
Dyschrony: Alternate Chronos
Time for something completely different? While many PSVR2 launch games are action-based, Dyschronia: Chronos Alternate is more of a visual murder mystery set in a compelling sci-fi world, where the crime rate is below 0.001%. Whodunnit? Find out for yourself in this anime-inspired adventure.
Fantavision, the iconic PS2 puzzler, lights up on PSVR2 in this reimagining of a classic. Inspired by the same fireworks-based gameplay loop, you’ll catch similarly colored explosions and launch them into the night sky, all with the added immersion of Sony’s next-gen headset.
Hello Neighbor: Search and Rescue
Mr. Peterson’s spooky house is back as six kids try to rescue their basement friend from the fort-like location. A spin-off of the popular main series, you’ll once again have to solve puzzles and bypass traps to save your friend. While trying to avoid the neighbor himself, this could be a surprisingly intense game to start your PSVR2 journey.
Horizon Call of the Mountain
Guerrilla Games and Firesprite Games have teamed up for a spin-off game based on the popular Horizon series. You play as a whole new character, but don’t worry: Aloy is still there. Horizon Call of the Mountain is set to be PSVR2’s first true flagship title, using everything the new headset has to offer.
Kizuna AI: touch the rhythm
There’s no better hardware to get closer to virtual characters than PSVR2, and as one of the most popular VTubers in the world, we suspect Kizuna AI: Touch the Beat will find its audience just fine. Most of the gameplay revolves around Beat Saber-esque rhythm interactions, but it’s mostly about ripping off steam with the anime icon.
Quill’s delicious first adventure is updated and improved for PSVR2, allowing it to use eye tracking, haptic feedback and adaptive triggers, as well as a larger field of view. Moss was one of the best experiences on Sony’s original headset, so having it available at launch for the new one is welcome.
Moss: Book II
What’s better than a Moss game? Two of them! Polyarc is also bringing the PSVR sequel Moss: Book II to PSVR2 on launch day, letting you play the two excellent games back-to-back. The Tracker will sport the same features as its predecessor: eye tracking, better haptics and 4K resolution.
No Man’s Sky
Hello Games’ ever-expanding intergalactic adventure, No Man’s Sky, will be available as a free update for PSVR2 from launch, promising more immersion and improved controls. The title, playable in its entirety, will take advantage of the new PSVR2 Sense pads to increase extra feedback during gameplay, while the extra power of the PS5 promises to make its endless number of planets look better than ever.
Resident Evil Village
One of the standout names on this list, Resident Evil Village won’t even cost you a penny to play on PSVR2 – assuming you already own a copy of the game on PS5, of course. This free DLC ensures that the entire campaign can be played in virtual reality, and the gameplay has been adapted to the new medium. For example, you can now use two-handed weapons, which completely changes your approach to combat – and you can even block by bringing your arms up to your chest. Dame Dimitrescu has never looked so tall!
Star Wars: Tales from the Edge of the Galaxy – Enhanced Edition
Fighting alongside C-3PO and R2D2, you play as a droid repair technician in battle against the First Order in Batuu. With special unlockable missions that let you become a Jedi or teach your very own Padawan, this Enhanced Edition for PSVR2 will look and work better than ever.
PSVR The Swordsman VR game is being upgraded to a native PSVR2 version, ready for launch day. This realistic sword fighting game lets you customize a warrior and take on enemy factions and monsters on a quest to rid the world of evil.
The Dark Pictures: Switchback VR
A sequel of sorts to Until Dawn: Rush of Blood, it’s time to hit the rails again in a mine cart and knock some heads off in this on-rails shooter. Covering four scenarios, you’ll rack up high scores using all the new features of the PSVR2 headset. There’s a ghost ship, witches in 17th century New England, vampires in a desert, and the World’s Fair Hotel. A whole choice of levels, therefore.
The Light Brigade
A rogue-like tactical FPS from Funktronic Labs, you act as humanity’s last line of defense in the fight against the enemy. You’ll unlock new weapons, abilities, and classes as you explore and master procedurally generated levels with the goal of freeing the souls trapped within.
The Tale of Onogoro
A self-proclaimed mix of Portal and Shadow of the Colossus, AMATA KK’s The Tale of Onogoro is an engaging adventure game that has garnered critical acclaim across competing platforms. Working alongside an AI character, with whom you share the same health pool, you’ll need to establish a connection if you hope to make it to the end of the campaign – and that includes holding hands to heal.
Control the two tentacles of a beast from the depths of the ocean as it surfaces and decides to play with people and buildings on land. Through over 50 levels, you’ll put your limbs to work in physics-based puzzles and action sequences, all within the confines of the PSVR2 headset.
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