All 60+ Games Coming to PlayStation VR Through Early 2018

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All 60+ Games Coming to PlayStation VR Through Early 2018

The full, currently announced lineup of 60+ games coming to PS4's virtual reality platform through late 2017 and early 2018.

PlayStation VR launched exactly one year ago today, and it’s already delivered well over 100 unique experiences, ranging from the delightful to the horrifying and just about everything in between. As we celebrate PS VR’s first birthday, we wanted to give you a peek behind the curtain. Below, you’ll find a list of all the games currently announced to be coming to the platform through the end of the year (and into early 2018).

With virtual reality, you have to put on the headset and feel what it’s like to get the full experience. Head to your local retailer and strap on a PS VR headset, then come back here and let us know what you think in the comments.

Thank you for an excellent first year of PlayStation VR; we can’t wait for you to experience what’s next.

Coming in 2017

Bravo Team


Supermassive Games (Tumble VR, Until Dawn: Rush of Blood) is creating an intense first-person shooter for single player or online two-player co-op*. The setting is a fictional Eastern European city, and after the president is assassinated, teamwork will be essential for you to survive. Bravo Team will make you feel like you’re in an action movie.
* Active PS Plus membership required.

Doom VFR

Doom VFR

id Software’s classic franchise levels up to give players a fully immersive experience. You’re the last known survivor of a demon attack on a Martian research facility. Well, you’re the last human survivor… and you’ll have plenty of opportunity to meet some of the other survivors. Can you take back control of the outpost and send the beasties back to… uh, H-E-double-hockey-sticks?

Gran Turismo Sport


Each release in the Gran Turismo series becomes the new benchmark in realistic auto-racing games, and that bar is about to be raised — big time. With PS VR, you’ll feel like you’re in the driver’s seat, increasing the immersion to new heights. Learn more here.

Megaton Rainfall

Megaton Rainfall

Ever dreamed of being an indestructible superhero with the ability to fly at supersonic speeds? Ever fantasized about saving Earth from an alien invasion? Well, it’s time to wake up and get to it. Take on the attacking aliens — who can morph into various forms, including buildings — and evolve your superpowers. But be careful… you may leave more than a little mess behind while you’re defending humanity.


Polyarc Games

One of E3 2017’s brightest stars was Quill, a young mouse who awakens an ancient magic and sets off on an epic journey to save her uncle. The world of Moss is a gorgeous expanse filled with myth and magic, but there’s little time to savor the view. You’ll need to explore your surroundings and literally manipulate the world as you do whatever you can to assist Quill on her adventure.

No Heroes Allowed VR


In this immersive real-time strategy game, you play the God of Destruction. You ultimately seek world domination… but first you’ll need to find, feed, and breed monsters who’ll do your bidding. Invade human bases, fortify your defenses and carefully build your beastly ecosystem, and soon you may conquer all!



From the creators of Myst comes a science-fiction adventure filled with mystery, intrigue, and discovery. You find yourself transported off Earth to an alien world…but one that’s populated with pieces of Earth from various locations and times. Don’t spend too much time admiring the beautiful landscapes, though, because you need to find a way back home.

PixelJunk Dead Hungry


It’s well-known that zombies are always on the hunt for human flesh… but that’s only because they don’t know how to cook a juicy burger and whip up a frosty shake on their own. As a fearless food-truck cook, you’ll need to use your kitchen magic to save the world from disaster and distract the incoming zombie horde with nutritious noms.



Stifled is a unique horror game where you can only reveal your surroundings by creating sound waves–either by throwing nearby objects or speaking into the headset’s built-in mic. Keep in mind, however, that any noise you make may also reveal your location to the grotesque creatures that are lurking in the darkness…

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim VR


One of the most popular and ambitious open-world action RPGs ever made will now be even more immersive, thanks to a reimagining in PS VR. You’re the Dragonborn, and you’ll need to master swords and spells to survive the many threats you’ll encounter. Skyrim VR includes the critically acclaimed core game as well as the official add-ons: Dawnguard, Hearthfire and Dragonborn, as well as multiple controller options.

The Inpatient


The premise is the stuff of nightmares: You’re a patient in the Sanatorium and suffering from amnesia, so your main goal is to unearth your memories–to discover who you are and why you’re there. However, you’ll also reveal a conspiracy at the facility that complicates your efforts to get your life back. Multiple endings up The Inpatient’s replayability, too.

Other Upcoming 2017 Titles

  • Anamorphine
  • Ark Park
  • Brain Voyagers
  • Chernobyl
  • CoolpaintVR
  • CubeWorks
  • Discovery
  • DragonBlast VR
  • Dream Angling
  • Drunkn Bar Fight
  • DWVR
  • End Space
  • Everest VR
  • Fishing Master
  • Flatline: Experience the Other Side
  • Ghosts in the Toybox
  • Hex Tunnel
  • Honor & Duty
  • Hopalong: The Badlands
  • Justice League VR
  • Light Tracer
  • Monster of the Deep: Final Fantasy XV
  • Nothin’ But Net
  • Prana
  • Quar Infernal Machines
  • Radial-G: Racing Revolved
  • RadianVR
  • Rec Room
  • Run Dorothy Run
  • Sculptrvr
  • Serious Soccer
  • Shooty Fruitie
  • Snow Fortress
  • Stardrone VR
  • Super Amazeballs
  • The Rabbit Hole
  • The Solus Project
  • Virtual Engagement Confronting Fears
  • VirtuGO
  • VR Apocalypse
Coming in 2018


Highwire Games

Golem, a PS VR exclusive, places you in a storybook world where you see through the eyes of and take control over stone creatures in order to discover the connection between your family and the mysterious Endless City you’re in. Along the way, you’ll find hidden treasure and valuable artifacts, while honing your melee skills to battle the Silent Watch, a band of hostile golems.

The American Dream

The American Dream
Samurai Punk Pty Ltd.

The American Dream is billed as a satirical VR trip through a 1950’s World’s Fair where guns are a part of the daily routine, including flipping burgers on the grill and assembling them for customers at your job; opening a can for a drink; and even watering plants, weeding and landscaping around your beautiful home; and other activities.



Torn, a mystery inspired by such classics as The Twilight Zone, is set in the Vermont forest where you discover a house full of secrets. What you find in there are numerous experiments, inventions, gear and documentation that reveal a lot about the doctor who lived there–however they’re also remnants of a man who’s been missing for 64 years.

Xing The Land Beyond

White Lotus interactive

Right out of the gate, this first-person puzzle-adventure title tells you that you’re dead. Guess you’re off to a bad start, right? From there, you go at your own pace in an entertaining trek through the afterlife, with the story revealed mostly through poetry. It promises to be a unique game suitable for new and veteran VR adventurers alike.

Other 2018 Titles

  • Alvo
  • Ariel
  • Blasters of the Universe
  • Chainman
  • Cold Iron
  • Dead Secret
  • Dragonflight VR
  • Drone Fighters
  • Dungeon Chess
  • End of the Beginning
  • Knockout League
  • Penn & Teller VR: Frankly Unfair, Unkind, Unnecessary and Underhanded (including Desert Bus)
  • Pixel Ripped 1989

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  • Wow! Keep em coming!

    • I feel like I’m the only one who played Doom or Duke Nuke’em in VR at the MGM grand decades ago… Going to be interesting if they have the sharpshooter supported. It’ll be like taking me back to my youth. I only played it once though cause you only got like 5 minutes for like $5.

  • Whoa, awesome list. A lot of games I hadn’t heard of yet. After never getting a chance to own Penn & Teller’s game for Sega CD, perhaps Penn & Teller VR (if it actually comes out! ;-) will be able to recapture that same… magic :-)

  • Sweet! Looking forward to Megaton Rainfall this Tuesday and the rest of the VR lineup through the coming months.

    A lot of great stuff around the corner…Congrats with the 1st year of VR devs. Can’t wait to see what the rest of Year 2 brings us with VR.

  • No Robo Recall yet? Come on Sony!!! This needs to happen!!!

    • That’s top of my “wanted” list too.

      Robo Recall
      Lone Echo/Echo Arena
      The Unspoken
      Rick & Morty VR
      Damaged Core
      Rock Band VR (made by Oculous but come on!)

      Not to mention Minecraft, Elite Dangerous & Adr1ft are on PS4 but none support PSVR like their PC counterparts.

      The hope is that some of these will make their way to PSVR someday but Sony really needs to release new, more capable, Move controllers with analog sticks to facilitate these experiences.

  • Where is my Rick and Morty Vr at

  • No mention of Ace Combat 7? Haven’t heard much about it since prior to the psvr release :(

  • Love all these things coming

  • Yeas! Golem!!! Please be good. You too Inpatient and Torn! No Heroes Allowed looks interesting too but need to see more. Great content!

  • Dont see Zero killed (Special Forces Vr) in the list.

  • Hey, why don’t you have any psp or ps1 games on sale anymore?? Also, you keep making it harder to sort by psp titles, please end this, we all still have vita’s because we want psp & ps1 games.

  • So many promising games :-)


  • In “No Heroes Allowed!,” is that Badman from “Holy Invasion of Privacy Badman! What Did I Do to Deserve This??”

  • Can we get a
    Ranger X
    RIGS Mechanical Combat League vol 2
    DriveclubVR vol 2
    Silver suffer
    And a forklift PlayStationVR games please!!

  • With the next-gen tech of Windows Mixed Reality (WMR) headsets coming out next month at the same $400 – $500 price point, Sony will need to significantly lower the price of PSVR in order to remain competitive. WMR has 1440p resolution vs. Sony’s 1080p, plus built-in tracking cameras so there’s no need to set up external sensors or cameras anywhere. For anyone that has a decent DX12 gaming PC, WMR is the way to go.

    • Cool story bro

    • Wow didn’t know that, better save the money for that MS think so

    • Good luck having a PC that supports 1440, resolution in a headset at 90 frames per second, unless they are also timewarping on top.

      A PC capable of giving you a good enough experience could very well be more expensive than going from scratch to full PS VR experience… So… let’s wait and see what the requirements are, before you start pretending that the 15m VR capable machines are suddenly going to put a dent into the 60 million available VR ready PS4s, and if/when a PS5 hits… well… that number will dramatically increase to around 100 million (80 million PS4s 20 million PS5s) within a year or 2.

    • @MakaiOokami: Just because WMR is capable of supporting 90Hz doesn’t mean that games have to run at that fps. That just means 90 is the maximum. Also, it looks like the WMR headsets will be compatible with the Xbone as well, so a high-end gaming PC may not be necessary. While I still prefer Sony and I’m no MS fangirl, Sony really needs to step up their game on the VR front. Just saying…

  • Heart stopped beating a moment when I thought I saw a title akin to the “DragonLance: Dragon Strike!”, a PC title from the 90’s… It had all the engine and design elements for VR in place, minus a system powerful enough and, of course, existing VR systems. Still remember the out-post in the mountains mission, where one couldn’t go over a certain height. And of course the battle over Neraka (sp?), Takhisis’ strong-hold. Died more times to errant fire-balls, ice breath, acid spits, & paralysis fog-breath than any individual I was “dueling”. Might have a better time in VR. Even if it were just ported & everything else (graphics, wire – frame models, etc) stayed as its 90’s version, I would love a 7th go at it (different ending for each Knightly Order, and again for better items management).

    That said, looking forward to Xing & Golem.
    Was going to list “The Hobbit Hole”, before double-checking & realizing it said “The Rabbit Hole”. Which also sounds intriguing, not knowing anything about it.

  • Guys, where is Steel Combat? It’s a PSVR fighting game by Eighting (team who did Bloody Roar) that’s already mostly in English and has been out in Japan for a long time.

    Excellent line up, but please bring Steel Combat too!

  • This is great! I’m always up for more First Person Shooters, too. Looking forward to Bravo Team.

  • Wow, there really are some great looking titles coming out for PSVR. I wonder how many of these are 100% exclusive (and will stay that way).

  • cant wait for all the new games …please make a wizard of oz VR I think it would be so cool to go to oz on the yellow brick road in VR….please do a wizard of Oz VR …

  • Cant see one tripple AAA game? Like Blockbusters which are coming out with VR Option such as Battlefield II , Call of Duty WW II or any other games like this! Why? 1 Millionen sold VR Units are may to a small market for studios to develop a tripple AAA game and recoup the investment. Sony should support studios to make games VR which are gonna be released anyway. Until today i am not satisfied with what i saw on the PS4PRO and the VR Headset. Fingers crossed Sony VR will sustain all those VR “experiences” and one level games until a tripple AAA game is released.

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