The Future of PSVR Looks Better Than Ever

June 8, 2017

Sony has sold approximately 2 million VR headsets in 2017, and now, with the release of its new aim controller, PlayStation VR gains huge momentum, and we expect to see it peak at E3 2017 in a few days.

The numbers are big, but not really that surprising, as the PSVR is slightly more affordable than the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive, and it doesn't require more than a PlayStation 4 to work.

In addition to that, there are a handful of promising new PSVR titles that should be released in the next few months. Of course, we all keep our fingers crossed for huge announcements like Star Wars: Battlefront 2 or Fallout 4 VR, but for now we've seen trailers for upcoming games like:



A dark VR experience which expolores the ancient Greek myth in a new and a lot more horrifying way. It also looks a lot like God of War from what we've seen so far.

The Persistense


An FPS stealth-horror game that we hope we'll be able to use the new aim controller with.

In the end, we have to believe that what's good for one VR platfrom is universally good for VR at the moment, especially now, while the VR industry is still growing.

Do you own a PSVR? And an aim controller? What games would you like to play on it in the future? Share your experience with us here or on our Facebook page!

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