Top 5 VR games for PC, Console, and Mobile

June 30, 2017, 8 p.m. By: Pranjal Kumar


VR games are the new trend in the gaming arena. With the development of good quality VR headsets and consoles, the game experience has also improved a lot. All the big companies are focusing on providing better gaming environment to users. The gaming headsets like PlayStation VR, Rift and Vive are three of the most trending headsets. But despite all this VR is still in the initial phase and its popularity is increasing with time.

So, let’s look at the top 5 VR games on which you should spend your money.

1. Doom VFR

This is a first person shooting game and will be released for both PlayStation VR and HTC Vive. The game will cost you only $29. This game contains fast, frantic action without the complications imposed by doing a straight up VR port. The story is similar to that of original Doom series. This game will be released in late 2017.

2. Elite: Dangerous

Elite: Dangerous is a multiplayer game. It involves all the element like trading, exploring, fighting with the massive procedurally generated universe.

3. Resident Evil 7: Biohazard

This is an exclusive game for PlayStation VR. This is also a first-person game but with many difficult challenges. You will have to think tactically that how will you survive withy the enemies. There is only one location throughout the game so you should expect much in terms of location.

4. Batman: Arkham VR

Batman: Arkham is a follow up of the Arkham Knight. The game will be initially launched exclusively for PlayStation VR but the company will expand this to all the headsets later. It is a more self-contained detective story. So, you should not expect knocking down the enemies with guns is the only fun in this game.

5. Star Trek: Bridge Crew

This is the best social game that one could have hoped. You can team up with three other players to pilot a federation star ship from the long running star Trek franchise. This game involves a single player mode only. Ubisoft has also induced a cross platform play which means that you can team up with your friends regardless of which headsets you have.