9 Best Upcoming PSVR Games That You Should Know Update 05/2024

Best Upcoming PSVR Games

Valve, Oculus, and HTC are still focusing on PC-based VR games, but Sony has doubled down on giving PlayStation users the best VR experiences for consoles.

With the original PSVR and now the PSVR2, the company has worked hard to bring players into its ecosystem by offering a headset that isn’t too expensive and a large library of games.

This list will show you the best PSVR games coming out in 2022, as well as the best PSVR games you can play right now.

We’ll add more titles to this list in the future, so check back and let us know if we forgot any of your most-anticipated PSVR games.

PlayStation VR is becoming a bigger platform, especially when PS VR2 comes out later this year. But whether you play VR games on a PS4 or a PS5, you’ll have a great time no matter where you do it. With new PlayStation games coming out almost every month, it’s easy to feel like there’s too much to choose from. Here are some upcoming VR games for PSVR that haven’t been released yet. We’ll add more upcoming games to this list as soon as they become available.



Release Date: January 27, 2022

In Wanderer, you play an unlikely hero who finds himself on a trip through time that will change history. The game was made from the ground up for VR.

Asher Neumann is sent back in time after finding a mysterious wristwatch in his grandfather’s lost apartment. He must find out the secrets of the past and stop the end of the world.

The gameplay is a mix of puzzles like those in escape rooms, tactile interactions, and action sequences that are very well suited to the VR format.

Considering how rare it is for VR games to have a story, Wanderer is one you’ll want to keep an eye on in the future.

Zenith: The Last City

Release Date: TBA

Considering there hasn’t been much in the way of MMO VR games, headset owners are understandably hyped for Ramen VR’s upcoming title Zenith: The Last City.

It’s been called a “infinite universe with millions of players,” and you join a group and a guild before setting off into the unknown.

Together, you and your allies will fight epic world bosses, explore the depths of mysterious dungeons, and carve out a new life for yourselves in a fully realized VR world.

One of the coolest things about Zenith is that it has a strong combat system that lets you block enemy attacks and do your own powerful combos.



Release Date: TBA

Stride is for you if you’ve ever wondered what a fast-paced parkour game like Mirror’s Edge would look like in VR.

You play as a master freerunner who jumps, swings, rolls, and shoots their way through intense, action-packed levels full of hard enemies.

You can move around city rooftops like a parkour pro by grabbing ledges, jumping through windows, sliding down cables, swinging from hooks, and more.

Stride will have an Arena mode, a Time Run mode, and an Endless mode with an unlimited number of levels when it comes out.

Moss: Book II

Release Date: TBA

Moss: Book II was announced during PlayStation’s State of Play show in July. It will be available for PSVR early next year.

The story of the second game, with Quill as the main character, continues the story of the first game. Players go on a new magical adventure to save the world.

There will be a lot of new enemies, dangerous terrain, hard puzzles, and other surprises in the game.

Like the first game, the story of Moss: Book II will have both happy and sad moments as players make new friends and meet up with old ones.



Release Date: TBA

Firmament is a new steampunk-inspired adventure game from developer Cyan, best known for classics like Myst, Riven, and Obduction.

Self-described as a “monumental voyage through diverse and curious realms,” the VR game sees you exploring a mysterious landscape brimming with puzzles to solve and lore to soak up.

On your journey, you’ll meet a mechanical friend made of clock parts. This friend will act as a key to open new doors to other worlds.

With Cyan’s track record, we expect Firmament to give us a VR experience that is both satisfying and immersive.


Release Date: TBA

Low-Fi was first released on Kickstarter, where it quickly met and surpassed the goal of independent developer IRIS in just four days.

The game is called a “non-linear open-world sandbox,” and it puts you in a city that is full of crime and needs a tough but fair police officer who isn’t afraid to break a few laws or ignore them all together.

As a new transfer, you will patrol city block 303 and get to know its many residents as you solve crimes and move the story forward.

You could also dive headfirst into the criminal underworld of the city, where taking bribes and killing anyone who gets in your way is normal.



Release Date: TBA

Humanity, a strange puzzle simulator made by Enhanced Ltd., will come out on PSVR sometime in 2022.

The game is based on the idea of a “human behaviour simulator,” and the player controls huge groups of people.

In each level, there are different challenges that require the player to lead an army of people over platforms, through water, and into battle against enemy mobs.

It’s one of the stranger games that have been announced for this year, and we can’t wait to try it out in PSVR.

Blunt Force

Release Date: TBA

Blunt Force is a VR first-person shooter with episodes made by Monad Rock. It takes place during WWII.

In the game, there are two stories going on at the same time. One is set before the war and has a spy trying to find a mole in their organisation.

The second story takes place during the war, and players take control of a soldier fighting against the Nazi army.

At some point, the two stories will come together, and the player will find out what they were hiding.