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5 Best Games Like Bulletstorm VR



Bulletstorm VR, much like the name would imply, is an action-packed journey enhanced through VR. This action game has a lot to love about it. These include things such as fast and frantic gameplay and much more. That said, it is not the only action FPS that has been brought to VR. To shed light on many of these titles, we have compiled a list for you to enjoy today. So without further ado, here is our list of the 5 Best Games Like Bulletstorm VR.

5. Ghosts of Tabor

Starting off our list, that, as far as gameplay goes, is much more slow and deliberate than Bulletstorm VR. Now, that isn't to say that VR firefights cannot get intense in Ghosts of Tabo. They absolutely can. However, the game focuses heavily on loot mechanics, as well as survival mechanics, to ramp up the tension. And it does a fantastic job of this. It accomplishes this in a number of ways. The amount of weapon customization available in Ghosts of Tabor is really impressive and Escape From Tarkov-esque. So if you enjoy those aspects of these games, then this is a great choice.

Additionally, while it is currently in Early Access, the twenty-dollar USD price tag makes it relatively cheap to get into. The game also has a crafting system that allows you to craft items you need. This is great, as many of the high-tension raids that players will go on will definitely require some finesse and precision, as well as plenty of planning. Finally, Ghosts of Tabor has a wonderful environmental and audio design, which really immerses the player. To close, Ghosts of Tabor is one of the best games like Bulletstorm VR, currently on the market.

4. Superhot VR

Switching things up quite a bit and taking a turn for the quick and frenetic, we have Superhot VR. Now, Superhot managed to make way with its unique gameplay gimmick, and the VR offering is no different. The only difference is players can find themselves more in the action than ever before. This really gives the player an immersive feeling that will keep players trying to run through the game's levels again and again. This is great for the game's overall replayability and speaks to the strength of the core gameplay loop.

For players who are unaware, in Superhot VR, players can only notice time moving when they move. This gives the game a unique feel from the outset. This allows the game to be a great FPS title and an interesting puzzler in a way. There are many ways to lay the game, such as attempting to speedrun it, as well as comparing your scores with other players. All in all, Superhot VR is one of the best games like Bulletstorm VR, which is still going strong to this day.

3. Pistol Whip VR

Next up, we have a title that is somewhat similar to Superhot VR and Bulletstorm VR in a way. However, Pistol Whip manages to blend the more fast-paced action of games like Bulletstorm VR with a wonderful rhythm mechanic. This gives the game a certain flow and rhyme or reason to the gameplay that feels very Superhot-esque in the way it is presented. Much like those titles, the game also features leaderboards for players to test their times against one another. This is great for the game's overall longevity and will keep players attention for quite some time.

The visual style of Pistol Whip is sleek and stylish, with many bright neon fluorescent lights making up its world. And as far as content goes, Pistol Whip has a significant amount of it. This includes things such as thirty different core levels to tackle. So if you are looking for a VR experience with a flavor for cyberpunk or fluorescent aesthetic, then Pistol Whip VR should be right up your alley. To close, Pistol Whip, much like other games like Bulletstorm VR, is an absolute blast.

2. Pavlov VR

Next on our list of the best games like Bulletstorm VR, we have a title that is much more in the tactical vein of FPS games. Pavlov VR is a title in which players will have to plan out their actions and take their time, even in the game's tense PvP battles. However, this shouldn't intimidate newer players, as the game offers a training area in which players can practice infiltrating buildings, weapon handling, and much more. The amount of adaptability this game has is impressive.

Players are able to play in offline multiplayer with bots or create their own custom game modes, as well as run their own dedicated servers. This essentially means that players are able to tailor their experience to what they want. This is great for player agency and choice and only serves to highlight how easy it is to get into Pavlov VR. The game also features proximity VOIP, which allows players to communicate realistically within the game world. In conclusion, Pavlov VR allows players to tailor their tactical FPS experience, and that is simply fantastic.

1. Onward

Wrapping up our list of the best games like Bulletstorm VR, we have Onward. Now if you are in the VRFPS space, you have no doubt heard of this game. This game takes a much more realistic approach to its combat scenarios as well as its gameplay elements. This is great and allows the game to sit in a niche of tactical shooters. However, this game, for as tactical as it is, is also pretty accessible.

This makes the game strike a certain balance between being easy to get into and rewarding to play. In addition, the sound effects for the game are all fantastic, and the weapons are punchy and responsive, making this one of the premier tactical shooters available on VR. So if that sounds like it would be up your alley, then definitely check out the game. In conclusion, Onward is a VR tactical shooter that must be experienced, both for its quality and its attention to detail. It is for these reasons and more that we consider it one of the best VRFPS titles on offer today.

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Judson Holley is a writer that began his career as a ghostwriter. Returning to the mortal coil  to work among the living. With some of his favorite games being tactical FPS games such as Squad and the Arma series. Although this could not be further from the truth as he enjoys games with deep stories such as the Kingdom Hearts series as well as Jade Empire and The Knights of the Old Republic series. When not attending to his wife, Judson often tends to his cats. He also has a knack for music mainly composing for and playing piano.