PlayStation VR: Over 100 Games and Counting

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PlayStation VR: Over 100 Games and Counting

Nearly one year after the launch of PS4's virtual reality headset, we list its full catalog of over 100 games... and highlight a few of our favorites.

It’s been almost one year since the launch of PlayStation VR! And in that time, PlayStation and its development partners have built a library of more than 100 games that cut across all genres… and created a few new ones in the process. To celebrate, we’re kicking off a new series of videos, the first of which you can watch above.

We’re just getting started with this powerful new entertainment medium. This new video series expresses the physical sensations you experience when PS VR transports you to the amazing gaming worlds like Skyrim VR and Gran Turismo Sport.

It’s a good time to join the VR gaming revolution. We’ve been hard at work building up a library of the best VR gaming content in the business — check out the list of what’s available on PS VR below, including some favorites picked out by the PlayStation.Blog team.

And keep your eyes peeled — we have a lot more to say about PS VR. Stay tuned!

Game Title Publisher Release
Dreamworks: Voltron VR Chronicles Digital Domain Interactive September 26, 2017
DWVR Perziur Slu September 26, 2017
Light Tracer Oasis Games Limited September 26, 2017
End Space Orange Bridge Studios Inc September 19, 2017
Solus Grip Digital S.R.O. September 18, 2017
Bloody Zombies NDreams Ltd September 13, 2017
Batman Arkham VR
Batman: Arkham VR
Sporting some of the highest polish and production values seen on PS VR, this immersive detective adventure equips you with Batman’s impressive forensics equipment.
VR Karts Viewpoint Games Ltd September 12, 2017
The Lost Bear Fabrik Games Ltd September 5, 2017
Don’t Knock Twice Wales Interactive September 5, 2017
Sparc CCP Games August 29, 2017
Sneaky Bears War Ducks Ltd August 29, 2017
Soul Dimension Time of Virtual Reality August 22, 2017
Paranormal Activity: The Lost Soul VRWerx, LLC August 15, 2017
Neptune Flux Zoxide Games August 8, 2017
A sprawling arcade-action masterpiece that fully connects with PS VR’s immersive potential. A very safe bet for any new PS VR owner.
Dino Frontier Uber Entertainment August 1, 2017
CastleStorm VR Edition Zen Studios August 1, 2017
Theseus Forge Reply S.R.L. July 26, 2017
Smashbox Arena Archiact Interactive Ltd July 25, 2017
Tiny Trax FuturLab Limited July 25, 2017
Heroes of The Seven Seas Time of Virtual Reality July 25, 2017
Infinite Minigolf Zen Studios July 25, 2017
Superhot VR Superhot Sp. z o.o. July 21, 2017
The Idolm@ster Cinderella Girls Viewing Revolution Bandai Namco Games America Inc. July 18, 2017
Manifest 99 Project Flight School Inc July 18, 2017
Archangel Skydance Interactive LLC July 18, 2017
Carnival Games VR
Carnival Games VR
A real crowdpleaser. The shooting gallery segments demonstrate how PS VR can breathe new life into even well-worn gaming mechanics.
Apollo 11 VR Immersive VR Education Ltd. July 12, 2017
The Bellows Castle Steps LLC July 11, 2017
Fantastic Contraption Radial Games Corp. July 11, 2017
Arizona Sunshine Vertigo Games B.V July 5, 2017
Spider-Man: Homecoming – VR Experience Sony Pictures Virtual Reality June 30, 2017
Cavernous Wastes PouncingKitten Games LLC June 27, 2017
Ancient Amuletor Time of Virtual Reality June 27, 2017
Eagle Flight
Eagle Flight
Fly like an eagle in this dazzling experience set high above a post-apocalyptic vision of Paris. A favorite of Boss Key Productions CEO Cliff Bleszinksi.
Arizona Sunshine Launch Edition Vertigo Games B.V June 27, 2017
Chess Ultra Ripstone LTD June 20, 2017
Air Force Special Ops: Nightfall Sony Interactive Entertainment June 20, 2017
Race the Sun Flippfly June 13, 2017 (VR Update)
Special Delivery Meerkat Gaming LLC June 6, 2017
Tekken 7 Bandai Namco Games America Inc. June 2, 2017
One of the more magical entries in the VR shooter market, thanks to the precision and immersion of the PlayStation VR Aim Controller.
Star Trek: Bridge Crew Ubisoft Entertainment May 30, 2017
Dick Wilde PlayStack Limited May 16, 2017
Farpoint Sony Interactive Entertainment May 16, 2017
Moonshot Galaxy Big Fish Games May 9, 2017
Polybius Llamasoft Ltd May 9, 2017
Gnog Ko-Op Mode Inc. May 2, 2017
Part game, part toybox, Gnog is a true delight made even more magical in virtual reality.
Oasis Games Shooter VR Bundle Oasis Games Limited April 25, 2017
Symphony of the Machine Stirfier Pty Ltd April 25, 2017
Statik Tarsier Studios April 24, 2017
Quiz Night Tonight! Mardonpol Inc April 21, 2017
Bandit Six: Combined Arms Climax Studios Limited April 19, 2017
HeroCade Lucid Sight, Inc. April 18, 2017
Hatsune Miku: VR Future Live
Hatsune Miku: VR Future Live
Even casual Miku fans will be impressed by VR Future Live. Cheer along with dozens of performances from various spots in the crowd, or even on stage.
VR Invaders – Complete Edition B.V. April 18, 2017
StarBlood Arena Sony Interactive Entertainment April 11, 2017
Mortal Blitz Skonec Entertainment April 4, 2017
Fated: The Silent Oath Frima Studio March 28, 2017
Korix StellarVR Limited March 28, 2017
Leave the Nest Kaio Interactive LLC March 14, 2017
Job Simulator
Job Simulator
Who knew work could be so much fun? Owlchemy Labs’ satirical distillation of the human workforce makes for one of PSVR’s most riotous experiences.
Darknet Archiact Interactive Ltd March 7, 2017
Unearthing Mars Winking Skywalker Entertainment Limited March 7, 2017
Dying: Reborn Oasis Games Limited February 28, 2017
Psychonauts In The Rhombus Of Ruin Double Fine Productions February 21, 2017
Mervils: A VR Adventure Vitruvius Technologies Inc. February 21, 2017
DiRT Rally Plus PlayStation VR Bundle Codemasters Inc. February 17, 2017
PlayStation VR Worlds
PlayStation VR Worlds
Hard to top in the “bang for your buck” department, PlayStation VR Worlds combines five excellent experiences into one polished package.
Joshua Bell VR Experience Sony Interactive Entertainment February 14, 2017
VR Ping Pong Merge Games Limited February 7, 2017
Dexed Ninja Theory Limited January 31, 2017
Moto Racer 4 Anuman Interactive January 24, 2017
Resident Evil 7 biohazard Capcom U.S.A., Inc. January 24, 2017
Eve: Valkyrie CCP Games December 23, 2016
Jeff Minter’s games specialize in “just-crazy-enough-to-work” mechanics and presentation, and his take on the fabled Polybius is no exception.
Rollercoaster Dreams Bimboosoft December 20, 2016
Fruit Ninja VR Halfbrick Studios Pty Ltd. December 20, 2016
Lethal VR Team17 Software Ltd. December 20, 2016
Fat City Heavy Iron Studios December 15, 2016
Starship Disco Solus Games December 15, 2016
Perfect NDreams LTD December 13, 2016
Resident Evil 7 biohazard, PS4
Resident Evil 7 biohazard
Perhaps the finest example of the possibilities of VR gaming, this bone-chilling masterpiece shines brightest in VR.
I Expect You To Die Schell Games LLC December 13, 2016
Werewolves Within Ubisoft Entertainment December 6, 2016
Surgeon Simulator: Experience Reality Bossa Studios Limited December 3, 2016
How We Soar Penny Black Studios Ltd November 29, 2016
Crystal Rift Psytec Games Ltd November 29, 2016
Pinball FX2 VR Zen Studios November 29, 2016
Rez Infinite, PS4 Pro
Rez Infinite
The ultimate realization of Tetsuya Mizuguchi’s seminal audiovisual masterpiece, Rez Infinite in PS VR is something everyone should experience.
NBA 2KVR Experience 2K November 22, 2016
Gary the Gull Limitless Sky Squadron, LLC November 22, 2016
HoloBall Treefortress Inc. November 22, 2016
VirZoom Arcade VirZoom, Inc November 22, 2016
Proton Pulse Plus ZeroTransform LLC November 22, 2016
Space Rift – Episode 1 bitComposer Interactive GmbH November 15, 2016
Starblood Arena
StarBlood Arena
A slick multiplayer-focused arena shooter in the grand tradition of Descent.
Time Machine VR Minority Inc. November 15, 2016
Trackmania Turbo Ubisoft Entertainment November 11, 2016 (VR Update)
Robinson: The Journey Crytek November 8, 2016
Eagle Flight Ubisoft Entertainment November 8, 2016
Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare Jackal Assault VR Experience Activision November 4, 2016
O! My Genesis VR Xpec Entertainment Inc. November 4, 2016
Superhot VR
Superhot VR
One of the most stylish and addictive titles on PS VR, with a meta-presentation that will melt your brain.
Carnival Games VR 2K October 28, 2016
Weeping Doll Oasis Games Limited October 27, 2016
Windlands Psytec Games Ltd October 25, 2016
Tethered Secret Sorcery Limited October 25, 2016
Pixel Gear Oasis Games Limited October 20, 2016
Sports Bar VR Cherry Pop Games October 18, 2016
Waddle Home Archiact Interactive Ltd October 13, 2016
Gunjack CCP Games October 13, 2016
Rez Infinite Enhance Games October 13, 2016
Headmaster Frame Interactive Studio LLC October 13, 2016
Loading Human: Chapter 1 Maximum Games October 13, 2016
A perfect example of how to make a game in virtual reality, SHC takes a simple puzzle concept and gives it just enough of a VR twist to really sell the magic of the medium.
The Assembly NDreams Ltd October 13, 2016
Ace Banana Oasis Games Limited October 13, 2016
Catlateral Damage Fire Hose Games October 13, 2016 (VR Update)
Job Simulator Owlchemy Labs, Inc. October 13, 2016
The Brookhaven Experiment Phosphor Games October 13, 2016
Battlezone Rebellion October 13, 2016
Hatsune Miku: VR Future Live Sega of America Inc. October 13, 2016
RIGS Mechanized Combat League Sony Interactive Entertainment October 13, 2016
Here They Lie Sony Interactive Entertainment October 13, 2016
Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes Steel Crate Games, Inc. October 13, 2016
Volume: Coda Bithell Games October 13, 2016
World War Toons Beta Studio Roqovan, Inc. October 13, 2016
Rise of the Tomb Raider: 20 Year Celebration Square Enix Co. Ltd. October 11, 2016
Batman: Arkham VR Warner Bros. Interactive October 11, 2016
EVE: Valkyrie CCP Games October 10, 2016
Thumper Drool LLC October 10, 2016
Harmonix Music VR Harmonix Music Systems, Inc October 10, 2016
100ft Robot Golf No Goblin LLC October 10, 2016
Perhaps the most intense rhythm game ever made, Thumper excels in VR. An easy recommendation for all PS VR owners.
SuperHyperCube Polytron Corporation October 10, 2016
The Playroom VR Sony Interactive Entertainment October 10, 2016
Until Dawn: Rush of Blood Sony Interactive Entertainment October 10, 2016
PlayStation VR Worlds Sony Interactive Entertainment October 10, 2016
Tumble VR Sony Interactive Entertainment October 10, 2016
Hustle Kings VR Sony Interactive Entertainment October 10, 2016
Super Stardust Ultra VR Sony Interactive Entertainment October 10, 2016
Wayward Sky Uber Entertainment October 10, 2016
Tiny Trax
Tiny Trax
FuturLab are masters of pure gameplay, and Tiny Trax is a brilliant, vibrant take on the age-old tradition of racing slot cars.
Driveclub VR Sony Interactive Entertainment September 21, 2016
Nebulous Namazu Studios August 30, 2016
Hatsune Miku: Project Diva X Sega of America Inc. August 30, 2016
Bound Sony Interactive Entertainment August 16, 2016
VEV: Viva Ex Vivo‎ Truant Pixel, LLC May 17, 2016

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  • Commenting before the trolls do.

  • I love my PS VR. But the fact you haven’t fixed the 4K HDR issue with PS4 Pro, means I play it less, because I have to swap out cables, when I want to play on my PS VR.

    I’m not saying you should launch PS VR 2, that’s way to early, but launch an updated processing unit which can handle 4K HDR and make an upgrade program for current owners.

    • I think the 4k HDR issue is as simple as a Y connector to bypass the box. Im pretty sure everything you need is available through most electronics retailers. I do not have a 4k TV or PS Pro. Im just fine with my OG right now. I know its not an ideal situation for everyone but there are workarounds.

    • It’s sadly not that simple. Right now I have a solution with an extender, but I still need to switch cables around. There are solutions where you use a splitter, but it has to be a premium splitter with premium cables for it to work, and it only works form some, because 4K HDR is pushing HDMI to the limit.

      It’s a user hostile solution from Sony, to expect their users to use workarounds, because they haven’t fixed it them self.

    • What’s the issue, if I may ask? I’m contemplating buying the PS VR, and I’ve a 4K HDR TV, is this an issue?

    • The issue is that years ago Sony was incredibly smart and overspecc’d the PS4 unit so that a firmware update would make it HDR compatible because they love us.

      Then within that time period who ever loved us so much at Sony moved on, and some retard decided not to put in 2 HDMI ports with enough bandwidth to allow the transmission of 4k HDR content.

      So let’s say you don’t have a pro. You have a PS4 capable of HDR, the cable goes down to the VR box, which does not support HDR, and puts out a signal to your t.v. that now is not in HDR.

      I know there’s an issue with just splitting the signal. Not sure what the issue is I know if effects Glenn/Torgo from Playstation Nation who has a 4k t.v. a pro, and VR because that’s kinda what the Podcast/Website/his love of tech Geekery is all about.

      So yeah… I don’t know how much you have to spend for the ultimate VR solution to this problem, and Sony said they are working on it… Not sure why they couldn’t just spend the extra $2-5 or what ever to keep from angering their richest early adopters.

    • The processing unit box for PS VR can’t handle HDR. So when you connect your TV to the PS VR processing unit, you will loose the ability to do HDR from your PS4, both for 1080p and 4K.

      This means if you have games which can use HDR, which is really nice, then you have to connect it directly and not via the PU box. It’s quite an annoying problem and it hinders easy access to PS VR, when you have to switch cables around.

    • Over at Dualshockers they have said the new PSVR version fixes the issue you are having:

      The processor unit has also been updated to implement HDR pass through. This means that you won’t need to unplug the unit in order to enjoy HDR content on your TV. That being said, the PlayStation VR headset will still need to be turned off.

    • Sony just announced a NEW VR Headset is being released that fixed the HDR pass through problem. Also the unit and cabling has been lightened. You have to replace your current headset because of the other improvements. See thr new VR FAQ just posted today’s blog.

  • Honestly if Sony wants ps vr to sell more units they’re going to have to make the bundle with the camera, 2 motion controllers and ps vr worlds cheaper. I know it’s an easy thing for a consumer to say lower the price but if you want the complete experience, you need the bundle and it should drop to 300$. Not a lot of people are going to want to pay more for a novelty at which point it is, then a ps4. I wish ps vr all the success, I just don’t want it to turn out like the move or 3-D.

    • A lower price would be great, but PSVR is already selling at least as well as Sony anticipated (reportedly better). I don’t think they’re feeling any pressure to reduce the price much just yet.

    • I bought mine Kenichi, price isn’t a problem, unless you cant afford it, then you complain. So therefore, your a complainer.

  • not to be negative but i got the VR day 1 and love it but every time a game comes out i ALLLLMOST buy it but decide not to – cause its such a hassle connecting everything and then disconnecting everything for HDR support. Haven’t used it in forever just because of that.
    I mostly play non-vr games and 4K HDR is amazing and im not leaving that garbage non-HDR box plugged in 24/7 for the convenience of VR every once in a while.

    Super obnoxious lol

    • oh Erroneus said the same thing my bad.

      Kinda highlights how big of an issue it is though. I’d buy a new VR box if they made one lol

    • No worries. It can’t be said enough, because clearly Sony hasn’t understand this is a problem, which only is going to get bigger and bigger, the more 4K televisions are sold.

    • And this problem will be even more annoying when GT Sport is released with both 4K Pro gameplay and VR för 1 vs 1 races.
      Don’t be surprised if I throw out my VR a few days after the release because no way I will play my regular games without HDR just for a low budget VR box !!!
      Sony should man up and replace our boxes for a small fee if you own both PS4 Pro and the crappy VR box.

  • VR is filled with potential, but i feel like the current hardware is not up to the task yet, i am waiting for PSVR 2 for the PS5, first off, the PSVR 2 needs 4320xRGBX3840 resolution, 120 Field Of View and 120 frames per second as a standard, 2nd, it needs to be just the headset, no external unit, either wireless or one single cable at the most, 3rd it needs waaay improved next generation camera, tracking and hand input devices and integrated audio and everything it needs, the headset needs to be complete, all in one

    • These are excellent requests for future PSVR. Resolution, Field of View, Frame Rate, and improved tracking, will make PSVR2 a must have device for the main stream audience.

  • can we get a vr version of virtual on oratorio tangram and maybe operation moongate that’s the first one. Those games are great fun with great mech fights, and huge bosses. I would love to sit in cockpit of temjin and blowing up mechs. I bet those bosses would be huge in vr too. I think since zone of the enders is getting vr support, maybe virtual on oratorio tangram and operation moongate can get vr support.

  • Theres a lot of negativity in the comment section right now. Yes, the wire and audio situation is a bit of a mess… But overall, for gen 1 hardware the psvr is amazing. The games genuinely feel like a remarkable step up from anything that existed before, and it keeps bringing me back to console gaming. It makes non-vr games seem dull almost. This a great milestone for only a year in – keep on building Sony :)

    • i agree its an amazing experience.

      I’ve bought over 50 games for it and love it to death :p but generally the blog comments are a good place to vent and get a reply from people higher-up so a bit of negativity is okay i think. It really IS collecting dust for me and its such a shame cause it’s literally the coolest thing

    • I actually don’t mind the wire situation, it’s just the 4K HDR issue which has turned out to be a quite big showstopper in my daily routine. Other then that, they have done a bang up job, i completely agree.

      I’ve my self purchased over 30 PSVR games and don’t intend on stopping, just need some more time :)

    • I agree the wires are a bit of a mess, and I bought the PSVR on Friday, Sept 29th, and I will say with the games I played with so far, it is a lot more impressive than I thought. Also the fact that you can do a lot with it is a plus. I got it once the price took a $50 drop, but at least we do not have the issue here in N. America than in Japan, we do have available units, in Japan they still have a lottery a year in to even get a chance to buy one.

  • if only picture quality were as clear as on screenshots above. I am not saying it is bad, just would have been even better.

    • PS4/PS4 Pro just don’t have the horse power to deliver clear, crisp, high res VR images. It would be so nice to be able to clearly see the gauges in Driveclub without leaning in, or even have a the full chess board render clearly in Chess Ultra, but that just ain’t gonna happen until PSVR2 and PS5.

      Trust me, I can’t wait until we can get 4K per eye, at 120fps.

    • True! also, if u played playroom u can see that quality is better than in driveclub. So its not only hardware, but games should also improve quality.

  • It has been a wonderful first year with PSVR. I can not shout loud enough, or reach enough people with my excitment for this platform, and stories of the incredible times I have already had. This last year has been the most exciting and fun filled time I have had in gaming ever, and that goes back all the way to the late 80’s. VR, especially when further enhanced by motion controls, is by far the biggest leap in electronics that has ever made its way to consumers.

    Right now, I am counting down the days until Gran Turismo Sport arrives, so I can expereince the ultimate driving simulator in VR. Driveclub and Dirt Rally VR have brought car games to a new level, and I look forward to GTS’s 1v1 raising the bar even higher.

    As many others have said, there are definitly draw backs. The cumbersome break out box situation, the resolution issues, PS Moves age showing, and the lack of 100% 360 tracking in all situations. That said, PSVR is a great first step, and an excellent platform for developers to hone their skills for PS5 and PSVR2.

    One last thing. Please, please open this platform to non gaming and non entertainment apps. The potential for growth and innovation is incredible.

  • Good to see a wide variety of titles and especially to see some quality ones among the rest that really make VR worth the purchase and hassle of owning / using a VR headset. It really is a unique experience that has to be tried to “get it”.

  • Now if we can just get some more high end horror games like Resident Evil 7 and more high end Aim-compatible shooters like Farpoint. Need moooooore!

  • I recently received PS VR as a gift and while I did enjoy my time with it at first, it’s since been collecting dust. There’s just too many non-VR games that I want to play, plus I can’t help but feel that I’m not getting the full experience without a PS4 Pro.

    I just hope that Sony gives this excellent piece of hardware a longer lifespan than their other peripherals. It would be fantastic if the PS5 will be compatible with it on day 1. All it needs is a new tracking system with improved controllers, which I wouldn’t mind upgrading to. No need for a new headset so soon. VR headsets are essentially displays. So just like many of us use the same display with our PS4’s as we did with our PS3, we should be able to do the same with our VR display. Games will still look and play better thanks to the power of the newer console.

    My only concern is if the future sensors will do away with the current ‘lights’ tracking markers because I imagine they’ll utilize an improved method by then. In which case the headset will be made obsolete and will surely need to be replaced.

  • Congrats on hitting over 100 titles, that’s huge! Glad to see so much support for PSVR and I’m looking forward to see what’s next :-)

  • VR is the most fun I’ve ever had with video games. And it can only get better from here! PS5+PSVR2 is gonna be insaaaane! :D

  • LOL, tech demos aren’t actually games, Sony. Reduce the price of the thing, you know damn well it isn’t worth what you’re charging.

    Oh, and you should have just went with supporting the Oculus Rift or the Vive, because that would have made this whole VR thing far more enticing, for both the PS4 and for VR on PC. But then again, you can’t even take the time to have proper BC on your console, so I’m really not surprised you took the stupid route of trying VR. Hah.

  • Looking forward to some of these games. I think PlayStation should add PSVR games to the Instant Game Collection on PS+ and potentially drop PS3 in order to do so. Loving RIGS so thanks for that!

    Regarding the HDR issue, yes changing cables is annoying but I keep my VR plugged in mostly because let’s be honest guys, there are only a few games that use HDR.
    Most Pro support is focused on higher resolutions as well. I’m only going to use HDR for FFXV DLC’s and Horizon DLC later this year and that’s it. I delete games when I platinum them too.

  • Best gaming purchase I’ve ever made, I love my PSVR!!

  • Ideas for PSVR. As an owner of ps4 pro PSVR and HTC Vive
    Playstation please stop making these kidding, indie, short games.
    Make more games like RE7 and Skyrim although i havnt seen it yet but thats the types of games we want. RPG games with full story mode and move controller support and free slide locomotives. Make the already exsisting great 1st person shooter and make em VR. Dead Effect 2 made a VR version which im playing and its amazing free locomatives and dual wield controller support for Vive. Please Playstation dont make me regret buying the PSVR right now im buying every game PC VR if available. Cause Raw Data for PS4 is gona be hella dumb down for it to work on PSVR so im buying it for PC. GT sport only has 1v1 racing for VR ? Come on playstation step it up! Make the PS5 already but dont you make us buy another headset for PS5 if ya do ya can say good bye to a player thats been around since PS1 im 29. Also how bout adding another PS Camera to the VR set up. Itll make the VR even better in my opinion.

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