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5 Best VR Games on PSVR (June 2022)

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With the announcement of PSVR 2, which is expected to arrive in late 2022 or early 2023, things appear to be heating up for PlayStation in the department. A slew of fresh and interesting titles, like Horizon Call of the Mountain and No Man's Sky, have announced they will release exclusively for the platform. So, expectedly, there's a lot of hype for what's to come to PSVR 2, but what about the current state of PSVR? What games are currently dominating as the best on PSVR right now? Well, that's exactly what we're here to take a look at.

For the month of June 2022, these are the games that have been catching eyes and making headlines for PSVR. All are new to the system in 2022 and have been quite popular since their release, with many people hailing them as the best VR games on PSVR right now. There is tons of variety across the board, from some great VR story games to one solely dedicated to being a fighter pilot. After hearing that, we are sure you're anxious to know what those games are, so let's not waste any more time, here are the best PSVR games, as of June 2022.


5. République VR

République: Anniversary Edition - Release Date Announcement | PS4, PS VR

The original République game was released back in 2013 as an iOS and Android game. However, its popularity helped it expand to other consoles like PC and Mac, and then eventually to VR in 2019. Still, fans couldn't stop raving for more. As a result, developers, Camouflaj, were prompted to release an Anniversary Edition for the Switch, PS4, and PSVR. And that's exactly what they delivered on March 10, 2022, and PSVR players couldn't be more excited.

République is an episodic action-adventure stealth game where you are trying to rescue protagonist Hope, from a “mysterious totalitarian state”. You play as a figure from the outside who has hacked the database and is instructing Hope on how to escape the horrifying nightmare she is living in. The game spans five episodes and has an intriguing tale that delves further into government surveillance in the digital era. It has been at the top of the PlayStation charts since its release, proving it's one of the best games on PSVR and one we definitely recommend you try out.



4. Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown

Ace Combat 7 | VR Gameplay Trailer | PS VR

There are two solid reasons why Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown is climbing back up the PSVR charts in June 2022, even though it was released back in 2019. The first is, Tom Cruise coming back with the new Top Gun: Maverick movie, which has everybody and their niece wanting to be the next big airforce fighter pilot. Well, the developers sure are smart, because they timed the release of their Maverick Edition right in accordance with the movie.

The main difference between the Maverick Edition to the Standard one is that it comes with the Top Gun: Maverick aircraft set. However, after watching the movie, and having some previous time in the game, it's a pretty enticing offer. And another reason why it's currently back to being one of the best games on PSVR in June of 2022. But when it comes to the best experience and performance PSVR has to offer, Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown is definitely a leading innovator.



3. Zenith: The Last City – Celestial Throne Update

Zenith: Celestial Throne Update Launch Trailer

The concept of a VR-MMORPG might sound weird, but one game utilizing that theme continues to take PlayStation by storm. That's no other than Zenith: The Last City, which originally came out back in 2021, and rode a wave of anticipation, then slowly dropped off. Well, the game is climbing back up the ladder as it just received some new content in the form of its biggest update yet, Zenith: Celestial Throne.

The update is still very new, having debuted on June 17, 2022, and its intriguing content is luring players back to the game. So what's exactly new? To begin, there are three new dungeons and three new raids that may be granted via new quest lines. Speaking of quest lines, the update adds a total of 20 new ones, with new armor sets and weapons to unlock. It's by far the most content that's been added to the game since its release, making it a perfect time to jump in.



2. Moss: Book II

Moss: Book II - Launch Trailer | PS VR

The original Moss game was released back in 2018 and received huge praise for being one of the only action-adventure story games on PSVR. A quick four years later, Moss: Book II was released for PSVR on March 31st, 2022. Once again, gaining attention for being an immersive and sought-out VR story game. It sees you again as protagonist Quill, a young and overly ambitious mouse, who's destined with saving the world. Which is definitely a big task for such a little adventurer.

Moss Book II has received recognition for being a worthy sequel. Not on the grounds, that it's offering anything relatively new, but it succeeds again with an engaging tale and a finely detailed landscape. The game picks up right where it left off, with Quill trekking onward to free the land from Arcane rule, and with that, prevent evil from ever threatening humanity again. If you're looking for a good story game, Moss: Book II is unquestionably the best on PSVR.



1. Stride

Stride - Launch Trailer | PS VR

One game that is taking over as one of PSVR's best is a parkour game known as Stride. All about quick movements and decision-making, Stride pushes the limits of VR parkour. From doing wall runs to swinging with ropes, Stride is all about being one with your environment. The movement is very consistent and fluent, allowing you to do some massive jumps and pretty insane moves. Which you'll need to utilize in online multiplayer.

The online multiplayer features game modes like Horde and King of the Hill. Both are tons of fun, action-packed, and really just an adrenaline rush in general. Plus voice chat is fully enabled, which makes for some hilarious interactions while chasing down another runner. The game also has a single-player Arena, Time Run, and Endless mode across multiple maps. That's where you can push yourself to the limits and try to beat the leaderboard high scores.


So, what's your take? Do you agree with our top five? Are there other PSVR games that we should know about? Let us know in the comments below or over on our socials here!

Riley Fonger is a freelance writer, music lover, and gamer since adolescence. He loves anything video game-related and grew up with a passion for story games such as Bioshock and The Last of Us.