Which VR game for Oculus Rift S should I buy?

Best VR games for oculus rift s in 2020

Right now, there’s plenty of VR games for Oculus Rift S given the experience that its previous version (the Oculus Rift) bring us few years ago, the majority of the games for the past version are compatible with the S headset so the options are pretty wide. We give you in this article some of the best VR games you need to buy to enjoy at its best the Oculus Rift S.

 Marvel Powers United VR

You could say it’s one of the best Superhero game experience given the co-op action in which you have the option to play as your favorite superhero from Marvel, you can play as Doctor Strange, Black Widow, Captain America, Hulk, etc.

In this online multiplayer VR game, you have to complete missions while teaming up with allies and fighting the enemies, you can choose between playing it with strangers or your friends but you can also do it on your own which is an exciting adventure too given the variety of character you can change in every game.

 The Walking Dead: Saint & Sinners

The best atmospheric VR zombie shooter right now, this VR and action RPG game bring us a complete feel of the Walking Dead in the comfort of our home while keeping true to the series story.

This unbelievable tense game puts a big pressure on the gamer in order to give a whole post-apocalyptic experience world of New Orleans, you have to kill the dead walkers by shooting them in the head or by stabbing them if you want to survive.

Half-Life: Alyx

If you are into action/adventure games then Half-Life: Alyx is perfect for you, the gamer community point it as the best action-adventure game in the market at the time, this experimental spin-off has established as the most important chapter.

The production and design compensate the lack of the sandbox physics of Boneworks and you can verify it in the shootouts, the puzzles and every set piece because these include immersion, interaction and comfort for the Oculus Rift S headset.

Hellblade: Seuna’s Sacrifice

One of the most psychological adventure VR game at the moment, Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice show us a journey full of mystery and darkness, the protagonist lives during the Viking age and her objective is to save her beloved.

The developer (Ninja Theory) is the one who created the well-known Heavenly Sword, Enslaved: Odyssey to the West so it has good references.

The immersive trip of Seuna is both fascinating and scaring and you can play it completely in virtual reality, plus is one of the cheapest ones you can find at the moment for the Oculus Rift S.

Trover Saves the Universe

The best combination between adventure, action and comedy is on Trover Saves the Universe, you could compare it to the sense of humor and audacity of Rick and Morty since it’s full of chaos and bad mouthing and because the developer (Squanch Games, Inc) is the responsible of the creation of both.

You can play this game in both Pc and the Oculus Rift S headset, of course it is more enjoyable in virtual reality but on desktop it doesn’t disappoint. Just like the cartoon, the game includes lots of wild and weird adventures and let’s point out the word weird because you won’t find anything like this.

Dirt Rally 2.0

The Codemasters’s creation is the best heart-pounding race simulation and here’s why: you drive a car at a high speed in VR and you can look both back and down, this characteristic of having a wide view gives the player a stronger sensation of reality.

Other features are: you have a partner (your co-pilot), you are able to look your feet while these move on the pedals bringing an amazing reality detail to the game, saying this you can also try the original game Dirt Rally or Project Cars 2 for exciting driving experiences.

Bonus: Free VR games for Oculus Rift S

1943: Berlin Blitz

The BBC create this historical recreation experience for the ones who like to learn while playing or for the ones who just enjoy history, the games places in the Second World War from the perspective of a cramped confine of the Lancaster bomber mission from the year 1943.

Wynford Vaughan Thomas was a reporter during this war, he was inside the bomber recording audios of the situations from outside and while playing you can hear these audios to give a more detailed experience.

Google Earth VR

This is a simple yet wonderful VR game experience, on Google Earth VR the player can travel around the entire globe from the comfort of their home in a couple of seconds, this means you can be on the Eiffel tower in one moment and seconds later on the Great Wall of China.

The creation of Google for the Oculus Rift S headset it’s powered by Google’s Street View including their cameras and traveler’s Photospheres.

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