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10 Best Fighting Games on Oculus Quest (2024)

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The Oculus Quest and VR technology, in general, offer a more engaging and immersive gaming experience. Moreover, the controls are much more flexible, enabling you to pull off amazing moves. To this end, the action feels more realistic and exciting, and it is easy to get carried away. However, some games offer better experiences than others, depending on their overall quality and gameplay designs.

You can play dozens of fighting games on the Oculus Quest. We recommend the following ten games for the best action.

10. Drunkn Bar Fight

Drunkn Bar Fight! - VR

Barfights are mostly mindless, with most people clueless about what started the fight in the first place. Additionally, virtually anything goes in a barfight, from kicks and blows to flying beer bottles and chairs. This is what Drunkn Bar Fight offers: pure action without much character depth or a grand plot. The goal is to beat everyone around you and create as much havoc as you can in your drunken haze. Interestingly, you can also take the riot out into the alleys, malls, churches, country clubs, and even police stations.

9. Gladius

Gladius - VR Gameplay Trailer

Gladius is a sword-fighting game set in Ancient Rome and inspired by gladiators, legendary for their superior fighting skills. As a gladiator, you must fight different enemies to appease the crowd and gain your freedom.

The enemies in Gladius are formidable and come in different types, including other gladiators, barbarians, lions, tigers, and mythical creatures like the minotaur. Fortunately, you have many weapons to work with and can pull off tricks like teleporting and slowing down time. The game features four modes with diverse objectives and gameplay designs, including creative and quirky community mods.

8. Gorn

Gorn | PSVR Launch Trailer | PSVR

Gorn has a more casual approach to the gladiator theme than Gladius. However, the fighting is more intense, and your only objective is to dispatch your enemies in the most violent way. To this end, the fighting scenes feature blood spatters and flying limbs, eyeballs, and teeth; there’s no limit to the carnage.

Besides being extremely violent, Gorn is also a bit quirky and funny, thanks to its loose physical concepts. For example, weapons can become wobbly, and your enemies can start floating or hopping around, causing unintended and usually hilarious consequences.

7. Samurai Slaughterhouse

Samurai Slaughter House [Early Access Launch Trailer]

Unlike Gladius and Gorn, Samurai Slaughterhouse adds some adventure to the fighting. It follows a samurai warrior battling humans and demons as he explores a vast, metroidvania-style open world. You can use a range of traditional Japanese weapons to dispatch your enemies, including the legendary katana. The fighting is realistic, and your enemies can try to predict and block your attacks. Interestingly, you can complete quests for NPCs to unlock new areas or even recruit them to fight by your side.

Besides fighting, this game also features a few interesting side activities. For example, you can go fishing or use money to decorate your home.

6. Hellsplit: Arena

Hellsplit: Arena - Release Trailer

Hellsplit: Arena is an outstanding hack-n-slash game, thanks to its sharp graphics and flawless controls. Set in a hellish fantasy world back in the Middle Ages, the game features undead corpses equipped with swords, shields, helmets, and other crude weapons. Of course, the objective is to hack and slash your way through the zombies. The combat system is incredibly versatile, enabling you to grip and kick in addition to slashing.

5. Until You Fall

Until You Fall - Launch Trailer | PS VR

The setting of Until You Fall is an ancient kingdom where a crystalline phenomenon has turned everyone into monsters. As the kingdom’s last defender, you must fight your way through hordes of monsters roaming the kingdom to get to the source of the evil and vanquish it. However, you are also vulnerable to the plague, so you must be careful not to fall yourself.

The action in Until You Fall is smooth, and you can unlock and upgrade diverse weapons and abilities as you progress. Interestingly, the game allows you to use both hands in combat, making it engaging.

4. Swordsman VR

Swordsman VR - Official Gameplay Trailer | PS VR

Swordsman VR is on a mission to become the best swords-fighting game on VR, hence the straightforward title. To this end, it is incredibly detailed and more accurate than most other sword games. For example, it features lots of diverse enemies to test your skills, from samurais to Vikings. Moreover, the enemies are tough, featuring heavy armor and skills to parry your attacks with precise timing. Overall, every move counts, and your mistakes are punished immediately.

3. Creed: Rise to Glory

Creed: Rise to Glory - Championship Edition | Launch Trailer | Meta Quest 2

Creed: Rise to Glory is a blockbuster boxing game inspired by the iconic Creed and Rocky boxing movies. You fight in the shoes of Adonais Creed, following his incredible rise from being an underdog to one of the world’s greatest. You can get in shape via the Training Mode and fight your way up the ladder via the Career Mode. Interestingly, you can also set custom matches via the Freeplay Mode. Notably, the Championship Edition adds lots of new content and quality-of-life updates to the game.

2. Blade & Sorcery

Blade & Sorcery | Early Access & Release Date Trailer

There’s more to Blade & Sorcery than meets the eye. Swords and magic are an integral part of the gameplay. Medieval weapons include swords, spears, shields, bows, clubs, and more. Moreover, you can cast magic spells that enable you to shoot fireballs from your hands, create lightning strikes, and do more incredible things.

However, it also features something extra: modifications allowing you to enter any weapon, including futuristic lightsabers. To this end, the action is incredibly versatile, especially considering the well-animated enemies with dynamic attack and response tactics.

1. The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners

The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners | Announce Trailer | Oculus Quest Platform

The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners is one of the most realistic Walking Dead games so far. It plunges you into a world where anarchy, a terrible disease, and the undead are all raging. Your objective is simple: survive. However, it isn’t easy, as the undead are always out to get you, and the disease is almost inescapable. Interestingly, you can complete missions for different factions to earn resources essential to your survival.

So, what’s your take on our picks for the ten best fighting games on Oculus Quest? Let us know over on our socials here or down in the comments below.

Cynthia Wambui is a gamer who has a knack for writing video gaming content. Blending words to express one of my biggest interests keeps me in the loop on trendy gaming topics. Aside from gaming and writing, Cynthia is a tech nerd and coding enthusiast.