Looking for the new VR games March 2021 list? We’ve got you covered!
We’re getting a little further into the year and, slowly but surely, seeing more and more high profile releases come our way. This month graces us with the return of an Oculus-exclusive series and the long-awaited follow-up to a VR horror classic. Let’s dive in!
New VR Games March 2021
Z-Race (March 2nd) – XOCUS, PC VR
An early access release of a futuristic new sci-fi racer. Z-Race has you jumping into the cockpits of anti-gravity racers and speeding around physics-defying courses. Expect single-player modes and leaderboards this month with full multiplayer options arriving further down the line.
Stargaze (March 3rd) – Played With Fire, Rift
Played With Fire’s fantastical VR adventure is inspired by the story of the Little Prince, and sees players observing alien planets through a telescope, recording their findings and using their discoveries to solve puzzles. Stargaze is already available on SteamVR but gets a Rift launch this month with a Quest version on the way, too.
The Climb 2 (March 4th) – Crytek, Quest
After a long wait Crytek’s sequel to The Climb is finally ready. A new set of diverse environments are waiting for you to clamber up, but make sure to pace yourself, use plenty of chalk and get ready for huge jumps if you want to make it to the top. This one’s an Oculus Quest exclusive for now, but there’s no word on a possible Rift version.
The developer of Dreadhalls returns with this long-awaited VR horror follow-up, previously known as Cosmophobia. In Cosmodread you explore the dark, dank corridors of an abandoned spaceship, trying to find a way off. This being a VR horror game, you won’t be alone. Along with enemy drones you can defeat with futuristic crossbows, something more sinister stalks you on this ship. This one’s for the bravest among us.
Warplanes: WW1 Fighters (March) – Home Net Games, PC VR
Already available on Quest, the SteamVR version of Warplanes is aiming to take off on PC VR in March. Either take off in realistic, physics-driven combat across single and multiplayer options, or try out the more accessible arcade mode. There’s two campaigns to take on and 14 different types of planes to master.
What will you be picking up from the list of new VR games March 2021? Let us know in the comments below!