It is a fact the virtual reality has made an enormous impact on our world. Its popularity increased so quickly that, nowadays, it is used across multiple industries – tourism, media, and entertainment. Surely you were blown away with this new cinematic experience, just like we all were.
Even though VR has been in existence for quite some time now, it became available to a wide audience only recently. Today, you can buy these devices almost anywhere, and for a fairly reasonable price. Virtual reality can open up a new world to you, and this is especially true when it comes to video games.
Creating a virtual reality product is not easy at all. Not only does it take a lot of time, but it also requires a team of experts from different departments. It sounds interesting, doesn’t it? Well, you can learn more about the entire process of creating a VR product on vrowl.de, and now, we are going to present you with the best VR video games in 2020.
If you want to put your survival skills to the test, this is probably the game for you. You and your friends have been in a plane crash, and now, you are stranded in the middle of nowhere. Will you survive all the horrors and manage to fight off cannibalistic mutants and woodland creates?
The plot of this game sounds exciting, doesn’t it? Well, there is another feature that people adore about it. Unlike many others, there aren’t any quests or missions that you have to complete, meaning that the players can make all the decisions, and it’s up to them to find their way back to civilization.
Star Trek: Bridge Crew
The fact that there is a multiplayer VR game based on everyone’s all-time favorite movie franchise is not surprising, right? After all, which die-hard fan would love the opportunity to board the famous U.S.S. starship and embark on an adventure?
There are four main roles – captain, engineer, tactical and helm officer, and needless to say, they all have an important work to do. You won’t be able to play as a captain since he is the one that gets all the mission information, and then distributes them to the others.
Another thing about this game – when it was first developed and released, it was exclusively a VR design, meaning that one need all the equipment and devices. However, in December 2017, it was upgraded and modified, so nowadays, it can also be played by non-VR players.
If you aren’t sure if the first two games can provide you with enough adventure and keep you on the edge of your seat, our advice is to consider getting this one. Plus, if you are a Sci-Fi fan, there is no need to look further.
In this first-person game, you will play as a gardener, Vasper, who had been taking care of an alien planet, until it was invaded by the Tempest. As you can assume, your main goal is to defeat this alien faction and to do this you will have numerous tools and devices at your disposal. The game features an open world, which is all yours to explore. There are multiple missions and quests that you have to meet during your play to collect upgrades to make your character even more powerful.
No Man’s Sky
This is another Sci-Fi game that has a whole universe to offer to the players. The great thing about this one is not only that there are unknown forms of life that are up to you to discover, but that you can play with up of 30 other people. Talk about a multiplayer game.
Basically, it is the perfect game for you if you have a bunch of friends who are as excited about Sci-Fi genre as you are. Nevertheless, if you think that this game is all about exploration, you couldn’t be more wrong. On your journey through different planets, you will encounter enemies that you will have to defeat in order to stay alive, but you will also have to collaborate closely with your comrades to create colonies.
Are their fictional enemies worse than zombies? Okay, there are robots, and they can also seem quite invincible. The plot of this one is set in the post-apocalyptic world, and the player’s only goal is to survive. Upon waking up in a cave in Arizona, the player begins to explore the world around him. He follows a series of clues, hoping that he will find other survivors of the apocalypse, but soon learn that the world is overtaken by zombies. How will you defeat them and find your way to safety?
Playing a good guy, fighting off villains, and trying to save the world can become boring regardless of how exhilarating it sounds at first. So, why not cross to the other side, and work with a bad crowd? Create a group of up to four players, suit up, put on a mask, and begin your journey. This is an action-filled game, where you will have a chance to rob banks and engage in heists and drive-bys.
Since it was originally released in 2013, and it was upgraded to the VR version recently, they still provide all the players to enjoy it, regardless of the fact whether they have a VR headset or not.
Half + Half
Okay, enough about zombies and aliens, and other kinds of enemies. Half + Half is one of those games that will provide you with endless hours of entertainment, but that is going to allow you to relax. This last part cannot be said for most of the above-mentioned plots.
Basically, it is a collection of mini-games that you can play online with your friends, or on the other hand, with people from all around the world. It is all about communicating with your teammates, but however, this is quite tricky since your voice will come out all high-pitchy, so it will be difficult for others to understand what you are saying. You can choose between playing a Human Tetris, or a version of Hiding and Seek where your goal is to hit all the other players with balls that you have on you, but they will become very tiny and have the ability to quickly move around, so it can be quite challenging to find them.