PlayStation VR Is Apparently Getting Over 50 New Games

Loads of VR content coming our way.

Posted By | On 02nd, Nov. 2015 Under News | Follow This Author @Pramath1605

RIGS mechanized combat

Sony has said before that they will be treating the launch of PlayStation VR as the launch of an all new platform, and if the list of games confirmed to be coming to the VR headset is any indication, they’re certainly putting their money where their mouths are.

According to Reddit, over 50 games have been confirmed for Sony’s headset so far- this includes the excellent ones, such as RIGS and Until Dawn: Rush of Blood, as well as the ones we know nothing about, and which exist solely as tech demos for now.

Still, this exhibits a major advantage that PlayStation VR has over competing headsets in the market- it has the full backing of Sony and PlayStation, which means that it is bound to get some great games on it, thanks to Sony’s extensive first party, as well as their great third party relations. Whether or not these games actually turn out to be any good, or instrumental in helping Sony win the VR wars, however, remains to be seen.

One thing is for sure, though- if you’re a fan of new tech, 2016 promises to be an exciting time.

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  • Terminator

    Crytek’s Dino game is all I want… for now.

  • XbotMK1

    Some games are going to be playable on a regular TV or PS VR, for example Gran Turismo Sport, the number one racing sim in the world which Forza tried to copy.

    So it’s incredible dumb to think VR games can only be played in VR. I imagine that as time goes on, many games that are at least 60 frames will have VR modes, even games like COD, Battlefield, and others. We’re already seeing it with Tekken 7.

    • Terminator

      “Gran Turismo Sport, the number one racing sim in the world” I’m not much of a racing gamer but: 1. you forgot to add (in my opinion) and 2. If you say that as if it was some sort of fact…BACK IT UP 🙂

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