Recently, the top verified PSVR2 games list has been given. Many wonders what other people’s ideal PSVR 2 titles would be. For this list, we have also omitted PSVR 1 ports. Instead, it chooses big-name PC VR titles that couldn’t previously play on Sony’s first headset.
PSVR2 Awaited Launch Titles
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Blood and Truth 2 in PSVR2
Blood and Truth 2 Blood and Truth was an excellent game and undoubtedly one of my favorites on the PSVR2. In this action-packed James Bond simulator, you can pretend to be a soldier in a war zone.
Half-Life: Alyx in PSVR2
Half-Life: Alyx was the most frequently requested dream game, with good reason. Additionally, it’s among the best PSVR2 games ever created.
Gran Turismo 7
Gran Turismo 7’s absence of PSVR2 compatibility at launch was a massive letdown to all digital racing enthusiasts. But if anything can bring the most recent iteration of Polyphony’s gorgeous racing sim to the virtual world, it’s PSVR2.
Forewarned is Phasmophobia put within an Egyptian tomb rather than some random American three-bedroom house. But importantly, it’s scarier, has more to do, and is significantly less grating. Also, with each update, it keeps getting better.
Population: One is a terrific Battle Royale game. Also, it combines open-world fighting with fantastic, arcade-style shooting action. It does, however, have the world’s worst name because you can only play in trios.
Astro Bot Rescue Mission 2
Astro Bot Rescue Mission is the PSVR title that most closely resembles Nintendo. So you don’t need to wait for Nintendo to enter the VR market.
Ace Combat VR for PSVR2
Ace Combat in Virtual reality is one of the best PSVR2 experiences. It was a series of three short VR missions in Ace Combat 7.
Bone works/Bonelabs makes it feel like the virtual object holding had weight and substance.
The rush of Blood 2
The rush of Blood is the rollercoaster-based spin-off from Until Dawn. It introduced the joys of VR. Further, it is a terrifying horror game that desperately needs a sequel.
The only game on this list that the user has not tried is Gorilla Tag. In addition to being free, it appears to be one of the funniest. Also, Gorilla Tag is the most physically demanding PSVR2 game available.
Blade and Sorcery
The action in Blade and Sorcery was so convincing. The first time the users played it that the users began to suspect that they might be genuinely evil at heart.
However, the funniest and most incredible thing ever done in PSVR2 was lopping off people’s legs with a two-handed broadsword. It is before stabbing them in the eye socket with a dagger when suddenly realizes it was only a game.
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