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PlayStation VR: All The Games Coming in Spring 2018

More than 30 games for PS VR owners to watch for over the next three months.

Justin Massongill's Avatar Posted by Social Media Manager, SIEA

Hello! We’re awfully excited about virtual reality here at PlayStation headquarters, especially with recent releases like The Inpatient, Moss, and Sprint Vector proving that VR can deliver a wide range of immersive experiences across various genres.

With that in mind, we’ve compiled a list of more than 30 games that are currently targeting a PlayStation VR release during spring 2018.

Of course, it’s always possible that some of these titles could shift forward or back and end up launching outside of this timeframe, but the list below is what we’ve got on deck as of today.

We’ve plucked out a few of our most anticipated ones and highlighted them in the list, but we’d love to hear which ones you’re looking forward to… chime in below!

Anamorphine
Apocalypse Rider
Ark Park
Ark Park
Snail Games
In a spinoff from the popular action game, ARK: Survival Evolved, Ark Park enables you to engage in various adventures in a dinosaur theme park. Traverse the facility and interact with the various species there; hunt rogue dinos that have managed to get free of the effects of their “taming” devices; and engage in dinosaur breeding by collecting eggs.
Chromagun VR
CoolpaintrVR
Crisis on the Planet of the Apes for PS VR
Twentieth Century Fox
The good news: You’re an ape with above-average smarts. The bad news: You’re held captive in a guarded facility while humans seek a cure for the “Simian Flu” that’s ravaged the planet and which threatens mankind’s existence. Can you find your way to freedom and escape the coming catastrophe with the others of your kind?
Flatline Experience The Other Side
Floor Plan
Headbutt Factory
Hopalong: The Badlands
Island Time
Just in Time Inc.
Killing Floor: Incursion
MLB Home Run Derby VR
Nothin’ But Net
One Piece Grand Cruise
Pixel Ripped 1989
Prana
Preta: Vendetta Rising
Quar Infernal Machines
RadianVR
Rick and Morty Virtual Rick-ality
Adult Swim Games
Virtual Rick-ality gives you the opportunity to bring Cartoon Network’s Rick and Morty into your living room for a PS VR adventure that involves puzzle solving, intergalactic travel, button pushing, alien fisticuffs, smashing things and Rick occasionally… er, frequently yelling at you.
Rooms the Unsolvable Puzzle
Separation
Smash Hit Plunder
Triangular Pixels
When a game’s title has “smash” in it and the gamemakers describe the game as a “a PlayStation VR tear-it-up,” you’re in for a fun time. Fresh out of magic school and back at the family castle, it’s up to you to use your new skills to find treasure that’ll you need to pay off your family’s debts.
Super Amazeballs
Super Kaiju
Syren
The Perfect Sniper
Time Carnage
Torn for PlayStation VR
Aspyr
Torn, a mystery inspired by classics like The Twilight Zone, is set in the Vermont forest where you discover a house full of secrets. What you find there are numerous experiments, inventions, gear and documentation that reveal a lot about the doctor who lived there — however, they’re also remnants of a man who’s been missing for 64 years.
VR Apocalypse
War Robots VR: The Skirmish
Xing The Land Beyond
White Lotus Interactive
Right out of the gate, this first-person puzzle-adventure title tells you that you’re dead. Not a great start. From there, you’ll explore at your own pace in an entertaining trek through the afterlife, with the story revealed mostly through poetry. It promises to be a unique game suitable for new and veteran VR adventurers alike.

Add Your Own

paulogy said:

March 16th, 8:10 am

Great list & feature. Love seeing all the PSVR support in 2018 so far :-)

DuoMaxwell007 said:

March 16th, 8:23 am

And yet the game we shoulda seen 2 years ago (Dead Secret) is still not on the list…

Sindred said:

March 16th, 8:51 am

Awesome list. It’s just a shame that we didn’t get anymore Star Wars content like we did with BF1. That was indescribably awesome and a serious potential lost.

mrdevilstoyou said:

March 16th, 8:54 am

I have over 20 psvr games since launch and have to say the recent group of releases has made my psvr a permanent connection to my pro hdmi port. It is seeming more like a console to itself, as I find I am playing so much more vr lately. I only wish sony will let us early adopters trade in our gen 1 unit for a second gen unit with passthrough for HDR. Outside of that, my psvr library will continue to grow with all the awesome love sony is giving to it.

    SirRealDeal said:

    March 16th, 9:00 am

    Honor & Duty: Arcade Edition is $1.39 right now.

    5v5 online shooter.

    For what it is, definitely worth it.

SirRealDeal said:

March 16th, 8:57 am

Quite the list there. I’ve been waiting for Perfect Sniper. Coolpaint VR. Anamorhphine. Ark Park (next week!).

MLB Home Run Derby VR sounds interesting.

Much PSVR love on it’s way.

Sinistar83 said:

March 16th, 10:31 am

What ever happened to the bonus PSVR game we used to get every few months for PS+?

We haven’t got any new ones since they took away Starblood Arena.

    CrusaderForever said:

    March 16th, 10:51 am

    My guess it’s going to be Rigs, just a guess.

    DarkwingChuck said:

    March 16th, 12:07 pm

    They already gave away RIGS. It was the first one they did I think.

SirRealDeal said:

March 16th, 10:47 am

Headbutt Factory looks fantastic.

That’s coming to America?

CrusaderForever said:

March 16th, 10:52 am

Love all the support I am seeing for PSVR! Really enjoying the experience and looking forward to more fleshed out experiences in the future.

Mister_Zurkon said:

March 16th, 11:24 am

When’s GUNGRAVE?

frogsteel1 said:

March 16th, 2:00 pm

So when is wipeout omega collection vr update gonna drop?

    SirRealDeal said:

    March 18th, 11:28 am

    The latest rumor says VR update is coming before end of April.

    Conall-Star said:

    March 19th, 7:23 am

    man, i am SOOOO ready to puke my guts out! can’t wait!!

JVanWalsh said:

March 17th, 7:18 am

Would love an update on wipeout VR’s release date!

MeIanie15 said:

March 17th, 2:06 pm

Does anyone know when Golem is coming out? I know it was originally supposed to come out on the 13th but got delayed.

    SirRealDeal said:

    March 18th, 11:33 am

    It’s delayed indefinitely but developers say it’s coming soon.

drd7of14 said:

March 17th, 7:07 pm

Looking forward to the Wipeout VR patch more than anything else. Any word on that?

Cool paintrVR does look pretty neat though. I forgot about this game/app, cause hadn’t heard from it since the Fall of last year.

DarknessLeading said:

March 18th, 2:46 pm

Since this is Spring VR games… and Wipeout isn’t on this list… does this mean that Wipeout VR is coming before spring starts?? :D

God-Of-Lyf said:

March 19th, 8:24 am

I for one would like to see a Hidden Objects game in VR. If done right, it could be a really cool experience…!

    DHILIFE said:

    March 19th, 8:40 pm

    This^

AlexOhms86 said:

March 20th, 7:37 am

seems like i am the only persons who’s wondering, where the AAA games??? Why does God of War not have VR? Why not Far Cry 5? It seems like not even Fallout 4 VR will be announced. I can’t explain that to myself. Most of the VR games look like Super Nintendo graphics with no free motion.

Treesniper119 said:

March 25th, 9:35 pm

For real wtf. We need AAA titles and replayability not 1,000,000 more bolt on cheap demos with Developers fearful of investing time and money into a complete vr title like they would a flat screen game that sells 3 million copies. Psvr will never take off on the back of a garbage truck of games not fit for this generation.

mlopes100 said:

March 31st, 3:08 pm

I’m looking forward to ACE COMBAT 7 any idea when it will be coming out?

Chazz1812 said:

March 31st, 8:14 pm

Playstation is really behind PC and it really does show when kickstarter games are passing up games made by a company as big as Sony. When are we gonna start getting some quality VR games? Nobody get’s VR to play puzzles

Hardenedhart said:

March 31st, 8:37 pm

Glad to see so many games coming out on PSVR. I hope the game developers realize how high the bar is set and are willing to make us happy PSVR gamers. Which in turn would make a good name for them selves.

noggin-sploder said:

March 31st, 9:34 pm

The best games are made for regular play with an optional version or mode, like Skyrim, Resident Evil7, and wipeout and its awesome new patch. They should have a company that makes patches or vr remakes of beloved games like Bioshock! Big Developers won’t make a lot of triple A’s for VR when there’s so many more millions of non-VR ps4 owners. There’s just not enough money to be made. Come on Sony! We want big fleshed out full triple-A games!!! There’s a ton of less demanding ps3 games that would be perfect, so much potential! <3

Chickensquasher said:

April 1st, 6:30 am

Needs more family party games like VR Play Room. My kids love playing the ghost hunter one but that’s about it. Need more options for families.

OAJGraham15 said:

April 5th, 6:24 pm

We need like in real life graphics and like shooting games and stuff but overall nice list!

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