The moment most PlayStation VR fans have been waiting for ever since E3 last year is finally here: Resident Evil VII is finally out. Not only does it live up to expectations, it may very well be one of the best horror games we’ve played in a very long time — VR or otherwise. If you have a PS VR and aren’t playing this game, then you need to remedy that problem immediately.
Thankfully, there are still more solid games on the horizon, such as Star Trek: Bridge Crew, to look forward to. However, don’t expect any massive floods of new releases since the PSN is much more strict than Steam or Oculus Home.
It’s been a little while since we’ve published any new releases, so there isn’t anything from last week to catch up on. But if you want some of our recommendations for the best PS VR games to play, we’ve got you covered.
Resident Evil VII: Biohazard, from Capcom
Price: $59.99 (Season Pass for $29.99 also available)
Resident Evil VII: Biohazard is finally out. It’s the latest entry in the long-running survival horror series and sees the franchise enter the immersive realm of virtual reality for the first time. You can read and watch our review here, check out our tips for new players, and even read recommendations about whether or not you should even play it in VR at all.
Recommendation: One of the best PS VR games thus far. This is a must play.
Moto Racer 4, from Anuman Interactive
Racing games are a perfect fit for virtual reality, but other than Driveclub VR, there aren’t many options on Sony’s headset yet. Moto Racer 4 only has limited PS VR support, but it should be getting more game modes later.
Recommendation: Not worth the price if you’re only interested in the VR features, but a decent arcade racer otherwise.