VR games to look forward to in 2021

VR games to look forward to in 2021

So, you got a brand-new VR headset for Christmas and you’ve already downloaded all the top games from Steam, or the Oculus Store. You’re ready to spend your weekends in Boneworks and your evenings in Vacation Simulator but what’s next? What games should you be looking at in 2021? What games should you unnecessarily hype up and inevitably be disappointed by?

Well, we here at VRFinal want to present you with a short list of some of the best-looking games that are releasing in 2021.

After the Fall

The new VR title from Vertigo Games. After many delays and pushbacks, the game will finally be releasing in Q1 2021. It is a horror survival game where players will have to survive hordes of zombies either solo or as part of a team. This game comes from a respected developer and their previous game, Arizona Sunshine, is one of the best VR shooters out there.

Hitman VR

Releasing alongside IO Interactives Hitman 3, Hitman VR places players in Agent 47s shoes. You will be able to play the entirety of the game in VR. Not only will you have access to Hitman 3 in VR, but you can also import levels from the previous two Hitman games and play those in VR also. All told you will be able to access more than 20 locations across three games all through PS VR.

Wraith: The Oblivion – Afterlife

A first-person VR horror game from the developers of games like Apex Construct and The Curious Case of the Stolen Pets. The game puts you in the body of a wraith stalking the halls of an abandoned Hollywood mansion. You use your supernatural powers to explore the mansion and reveal its secrets.

Sniper Elite VR

Another game that was initially releasing this year but due to the pandemic and quarantine was pushed back to 2021. The game takes the Sniper Elite gameplay and setting that we all know and transplants it into the VR world. Sniper Elite VR is drawing most of its inspiration from the third game in the franchise and it will be set in Sicily during WW2. You will be able to take part in some slomo sniper shots in a fully immersive first-person VR shooter.


Andrew Boggs

Andrew is a Northern Ireland based journalist with a passion for video games. His latest hobby is watching people speedrun Super Mario 64 and realising how bad he is at platformers.

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