7. Night of the Living Dead
In 1968, a now-classic film made people terrified of zombies: “The Night of the Living Dead.” If you need proof of the movie’s influence on popular culture, look no further than news of plans to create a virtual-reality game based on it.
Developers are aiming for a release date sometime in 2018. However, they haven’t discussed pricing or platforms.
8. One Piece: Grand Cruise
This game for PlayStation VR features characters from the “One Piece” anime and manga series. You’ll sail aboard a ship as one of the Straw Hat Pirates, making sure to defend your vessel from attacks. It’ll also be possible to have conversations with entities you meet in the game. As of now, there are no details from PlayStation about specific a release date or pricing details.
9. Knockout League
Love the idea of being a champion-level boxer, but hate the thought of early-morning training sessions and getting your body banged up? Try Knockout League, a single-player game for PlayStation VR. If the title sounds familiar, it’s because it originated as computer software and is coming to the virtual reality realm for the first time.
Your opponents in the game range from traditional fighters to an assortment of eclectic characters, such as pirates. Dodge punches with your body without pressing buttons, and sharpen your skills to improve abilities over time. PlayStation has not announced a price for the game yet.
10. Firewall: Zero Hour
Another upcoming offering for PlayStation VR, this shooter game has plenty of action to get you interested in everything happening in the virtual world. In the main game mode, there are teams of four known as Attackers and Defenders. The Attackers try to infiltrate a computer network. Then, as suggested by their name, the Defenders strive to keep it locked down.
Winning a cyberbattle increases your cryptocurrency total. Then, you can use the non-physical currency to buy better equipment for the game’s characters. Although reports haven’t mentioned pricing, they do include details from players who tried the game at special events and loved it.
If this list is any indication, you won’t lack for virtual reality gameplay choices. These titles might give you good reasons to start saving now and have a shopping spree later in the year.
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