What upcoming PSVR games are releasing in 2019? Sony collated a sensational lineup of PlayStation VR software in 2018, with titles like Astro Bot Rescue Mission and Beat Saber being genuine Game of the Year candidates. But with the accessory more affordable than ever and an ever-expanding catalogue of must-play titles, we’ve compiled a list of forthcoming PSVR releases that simply must be on your radar.
The London Heist was easily the best thing about launch title PlayStation VR Worlds, so we're incredibly excited to see it get a huge follow-up in the form of its very own game. This cockney-driven espionage looks to mix stealth, frantic gun battles, and a bucket full of attitude into a concoction that could be one of PSVR's greatest. It's Danny Dyer meets James Bond, and if that doesn't get you more excited than an EastEnders Christmas Special then we don't know what to tell you.
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It was up in the air for a short time, but Media Molecule recently pledged to support Sony’s virtual reality headset at launch. And what could possibly be more exciting than putting the power of the peripheral in the hands of fans? Titles like Tilt Brush have already proven the potential of VR painting, but Dreams promises to elevate all of those possibilities to a new level.
Everybody’s Golf is one of Sony’s longest running franchises, and it also happens to be a perfect fit for PSVR. Developed by series creator Clap Hanz in collaboration with Japan Studio, this adaptation of the popular arcade sporting series promises to transpose the franchise’s familiar thrills and spills to a virtual reality backdrop. You’ll be teeing off in 360-degrees across a variety of colourful courses, with both PS Move and DualShock 4 support on offer.
Falcon Age lets you fist-bump birds, so it’s already a winner as far as we’re concerned. This first-person adventure game sees you assume the role of Ara, who while incorrectly incarcerated finds herself befriending a young falcon. After escaping from jail, the pair must work together to reclaim their historic land from colonisers. While this title won’t require PSVR, it’s clear from the early gameplay footage and trailers that it will be best inside the headset.
Five Nights at Freddy’s is somehow one of the most popular gaming franchises in the world, and now it’s making the leap to PSVR in this all-new adaptation which will boast both classic and original mini-games from the FNaF universe. Playable with either a DualShock 4 or PS Move wands, the title will feature memorable locations from the main line of games converted to virtual reality, and while it’ll be playable solo, you’ll also be able to pass the pads around if you want to share the scares.