Fully Immersive VR Games we tested in 2017

The new VR platforms are one of the technologies that will reign in 2017 and one of the indispensable elements to enjoy them are video games. The Oculus Rift glasses, HTC Vive, or the PlayStation VR console are some of the main platforms that will feature new games. In addition, in 2017 will also go on sale the Oculus Touch, which consists of two rings with buttons to handle the games and make the experience more immersive.

These are the titles of the main VR games that we saw in 2017. Take note and grab the command.

‘Star Trek: Bridge Crew’

The game ‘Star Trek: Bridge Crew‘ will undoubtedly be the dream of many of us who grew up with the Star Trek crew. It will offer an immersive experience set in the era of the beginning of the saga. The mission of the players is to explore an area known as the Pit, hoping to find a new home for the Vulcan population. The Klingon Empire is also active there and poses a threat to the Federation’s plans.

Platforms available: PlayStation VR, Oculus Rift, and HTC Vive

‘SingSpace’

‘SingSpace’ is the karaoke sound of the famous SingStar but in Virtual Reality, which makes it even more fun. It’s set in a world of robots with Artificial Intelligence, where square cyborgs will judge your singing skills. It can be played remotely.

Available VR platforms: Samsung Gear VR

Syren

‘Syren’ is another VR game that will also be set in the dinosaur world, similar to Jurassic Park. However, it is a horror game that mixes the puzzles and shots to get to overcome all the tests. Players will face the killers in a very real way.

Available VR platforms: HTC Vive, Oculus Rift, and PlayStation VR

‘Fallout 4’

‘Fallout 4’ is another game that will have VR version in 2017. Bethesda, the developers of the game, have indicated that they are working on this version, although the release date is unknown. It will be a multiplayer shooter game with a more than safe, totally immersive experience.

Available VR platforms: HTC Vive

‘Robo Recall’

‘Robo Recall’ is a Virtual Reality game that offers great action. Developed by Epic Games presents a robot that you must direct to achieve the objectives. Shooting with all kinds of weapons and high speed through streets of cities plagued by robots are their strengths.

Available VR platforms: Oculus Rift

Immersive French Roulette

Another world-class variant of Roulette and another way to ensure that players can always play the games they love. As in European Roulette, the French Roulette wheel features the numbers 1 to 36 and a single zero. Try immersive French roulette now and there’s the La Partage rule: if a player makes an even-money bet and the ball lands on zero, he or she loses only half their bet.

‘Arktika’

‘Arktika’ is another shooting game, this VR version. It has smart weapons as a weapon that is able to see through the walls and shoot around the corners. The game is presented in a futuristic and apocalyptic world. It also allows you to use the Oculus touch system, which makes it promise, and much.

Available VR platforms: Oculus Rift

‘Panoptic’

‘Panoptic’ is a game with an added bonus, why? Because it allows two players, one controlling the PC and the other the VR device. The player of the PC must control the point of light, while the one that handles the VR must prevent him from catching him. It is a kind of chase that requires skill by offering a different gameplay with an innovative idea.

Available VR platforms: HTC Vive

‘Tekken 7’

‘Tekken 7’ will be released in VR, although few details we know about it. It will remain as a fighting game, but it is possible to dispense with the first person. It is expected to arrive in early 2017.

Available VR platforms: PlayStation VR

‘Quake III Arena’

‘Quake III Arena’ offers a perspective from a floating camera, instead of being made from the first person. It will be a game of speed with a sense of speed and practicable in all modes and configurations: standing, with motion controllers, sitting or with game control.

Available VR platforms: HTC Vive, Oculus Rift, and OSVR

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