There are tons of games already available for the PSVR and it can be overwhelming to look at the PSN Store or gaming store shelves to see so many options.
Which games are the best? Well, we’ve compiled our definitive list of the 5 best PSVR games that you can play right now to help you enjoy your VR experience.
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim VR
For a game that wasn’t originally designed for VR at all and has been ported first to the least powerful of the big three VR platforms in the PSVR, Skyrim VR is nothing short of impressive. This really is the Skyrim that you know and love, but now you can enjoy it like never before with the immersive presence of a VR headset. With a large variety of control schemes to choose from and hundreds of hours of content, this is a game that all RPG fans should play as long as you can look past the wonky controls, downgraded visuals, and frustrating UI.
Firewall Zero Hour
If you have a PSVR and want to play a multiplayer game, then this is the one to get. You should also go buy a PS Aim controller to go with it.
What else can be said about this game that hasn’t been said already? It’s amazing. If you for some reason don’t know about this game, it goes like this: you’ve got a red and blue lightsaber, one in each hand, and you’re tasked with slicing blocks that come cascading towards you to the rhythm of the music. It’s like DDR with lightsabers, basically.
Astro Bot: Rescue Mission
Honestly, this is a must-play for anyone with a PSVR headset and if you combine all of the games on this list together, it’s hard to come up with a reason not to get a PSVR.
Resident Evil 7: Biohazard
This is the game that PSVR fans have been waiting on ever since it was announced back at E3 2016. Resident Evil 7: Biohazard does so many things it’s hard to believe Capcom actually pulled it off. First and foremost, it reinvents the stagnating Resident Evil series with a swift kick in the pants moving it from the third-person to the first-person perspective. However, while undergoing that change, this new game also serves as a return to form for the series as its survival horror roots are reintroduced to great effect.