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    • Top 10 Upcoming VR games 2017

      In 2016, we saw a variety of VR game titles coming out on VR headsets. Some were amazing, some were just plain fun and some just couldn’t live up to expectations. The year is over and 2017 looks like the year where VR gaming industry will finally prove its worth with quite a decent number of VR games both AAA tiles and small puzzle games coming out in 2017. To let you know what you can look forward to this year we’ve made this list of the hottest upcoming VR games of 2017 to help you stay up to date.

      EVE: Valkyrie (PS VR and Oculus Rift)

      Having started out as no more than a tech demo for VR, CCP's EVE: Valkyrie is a space action spin off from its enormous PC MMO EVE: Online. Each match begins with you in the cockpit of your jet, enduring to be shot into inky darkness of space. As a single player game, it would make for an agreeable VR adventure, yet as a multiplayer dogfighter it's quite mind blowing, setting you right in the middle of all the action.

      Resident Evil 7 (PS VR)

      Capcom's pretty much rebooting its notorious zombie game with a first persona gameplay design that can be played VR using PS VR. Set in and around a neglected Louisiana manor it sees you embracing its decaying walls as you attempt to stay away from the deadly and potentially no longer human Baker family. Believe me VR panics are the most unnerving kinda scares you can hope to find.

      Arktika.1 (Oculus Rift and Touch)

      Arktika.1 isn't your normal shooter with your commonplace scope of weapons. The game brags weapons that can see through walls or discharge projectiles around cover to discover their objective. The demo demonstrates the capacity to pick weapons and physically mod them with extra components, for example, sights, as you play. This is an extraordinary expansion that, now that I have seen it, appears like an easy decision. Couple that with the Touch's movement controlled firearms and this is the perfect formula for a really immersive adventure. The game developer 4A Games guarantees that Arktika.1 will be a full-length AAA title and that will deliver the same adventure as any current PC or console game.

      Fallout 4 VR (HTC Vive – More To Be Announced)

      At the point when Fallout 4 was released a year ago, Bethesda was praised for at last nailing the battle mechanics, making the title a genuinely awesome FPS adventure. Past installments of the game felt inconvenient and, while many were vexed about them stupefying of the RPG components, the action truly was amazing this time around. Now that Bethesda's lead executive (and late inductee into the Video Game Hall of Fame) Todd Howard has declared the hop to VR for the fourth portion of the arrangement, it's not hard to perceive any reason why the weapon play was so critical to the designers.
      The idea of a VR version of Fallout 4 is uncontrollably energizing. This is the genuine dream of VR, the Tron adventure! A gigantic, open-world where you can move and enterprise uninhibitedly. This could be the gauge understanding to which all other virtual reality games are analyzed.

      Essence (Oculus Rift, HTC Vive and OSVR)

      This group sourced game has been amazingly near discharge additionally wavering over the edge of development damnation. As per the game's site, it ought to have been out in October, however fortunately it's been upgraded on Steam to March 2017.
      Beholding back to legendary and epic adventures, for example, The Last Guardian, Myst and even Fable, you'll invest a ton of energy gazing toward gigantic shining stone monuments and strolling through shaded tidy produced by antiquated trees. It's a described game where you'll have to comprehend riddles to reveal an overlooked past. Not a mind blowingly unique plot, but rather the immensity and aspiration of the world and in addition the appealing plan will bait in adventure fans in 2017.

      Star Trek: Bridge Crew (Oculus Rift, HTC Vive and PS VR)

      Despite the fact that the news spilled before the occasion, gaming goliath Ubisoft reported its presentation virtual reality game named Star Trek Bridge Crew amid its E3 2016 question and answer session, and is expected out in the not so distant future for the HTC Vive, Oculus Rift and PlayStation VR. Ubisoft united a modest bunch of Star Trek on-screen characters to play-test the VR game and their responses were as one would expect - overwhelming excitement and astonishment at how immersive the adventure is. However, what does the game involve?
      Subtle elements are somewhat crude right now, yet it looks as though the game includes teaming up with other online players to run each part of your star ship. There's a commander, strategic players and building players that need to cooperate, listening to the chiefs commands and communicating what every individual needs to do.

      Dino Frontier VR (PS VR)

      Who wouldn't like to run a Wild West settlement of cattle rustlers and dinosaurs? Significantly more than simply one more 'adventure', Dino Frontier places you accountable for an outskirts settlement where Jurassic Park meets the Magnificent Seven. As the Big Mayor you, actually, need to get hands on with your town and keep the dinosaurs from eating the tourists..., hold up, no, I mean ranchers. Featuring T-Rex's, velociraptors and triceratops, Dino Frontier looks like absurd fun.

      Tekken 7 (PS VR)

      Try not to stress, you won't really be hitting people in first person. Bandai Namco are entirely evident on that. So what does that leave? By the hints of things a VR character viewer. Conversing with Wired, senior game architect Michael Murray said "you need to see the cool characters, the adorable female characters like Lucky Chloe, and we have a wide range of customization for them". The main character we need to see very close is Mokujin.

      Farpoint VR (PS VR)

      Farpoint VR is not the most novel game of the virtual reality design. You play as a space mercenary. Nothing new there. You will battle wave after rush of irate, corrosive retching aliens. Done that. Yet, that effortlessness and refusal to rehash the FPS genre may simply be the best thing about this new title from first-time developers Impulse Gear. They have taken the attempted and tried FPS formula and essentially changed the way we see and connect with the virtual world. Impulse Gear portrays Farpoint VR as a "scary" VR space adventure. Set on a threatening planet subsequent to being maneuvered into the story and transported by an inconsistency, players must battle to get by against swarms of outsider animals.

      Adr1ft (TBA)

      Playing as the solitary survivor stranded on an annihilated space station, Adr1ft is a first-personadventure game that relishes in making you feel totally alone and helpless. Obviously, this single space adventure is looking like one of the best games of 2017, so kill the lights, strap your headset to your head and turn up the speakers – it looks (and sounds) really amazing.
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