PSVR 2, Quest, Steam & More

After some new VR games in December 2023? We’ve rounded up our latest monthly highlights.

Following a stacked October with roughly 50 Quest 3 launch games, things didn’t slow down with the holidays fast approaching. November saw an impressive slate with PowerWash Simulator VR, Vampire: The Masquerade – Justice, Demeo Battles, Pavlov Shack, Orbeats, Assassin’s Creed Nexus, Ironstrike, Sniper Elite VR: Winter Warrior and many more.

We’re not lacking for major releases this December and be sure to tune in for the further announcements at the UploadVR Winter Showcase 2023. That airs on December 6 at 10am PT. We’ll update this list following the presentation and throughout the month, so keep this page bookmarked.

Right now, these are all the big upcoming VR games reaching Quest, PC VR, Pico and PSVR 2 in December 2023.

LOFI Katana – December 1 (PC VR, Quest)

Published by VRKiwi, LOFI Katana is a new VR rhythm game on Steam and App Lab that involves hitting shurikens with your katana and waving your fan to the beat. Alongside LIV integration for streaming, it includes an in-game procedural generation system that analyses songs to create custom levels. VRKiwi confirms a PSVR 2 port is also planned for Q2 2024.

Warplanes: Air Corp – December 4 (PC VR)

Warplanes: Air Corp marks the third VR entry in the series following WW1 Fighters and Battles Over Pacific. Moving away from historic wars to a modern-day setting, you can now pilot helicopters alongside fighter jets and “multirole” combat vehicles. We don’t have a PC VR trailer but following a Quest launch in September, it’s now reaching Steam.

Among Us VR – December 5 (Pico)

Nearly a year since Among Us VR arrived on Quest and Steam, Schell Games now brings the social deduction game to Pico with cross-platform multiplayer. Schell previously teasing it will “plead the 5th” suggests a simultaneous launch with PSVR 2, though that currently remains unconfirmed.

Among Us VR Review: Deception & Detection In Another Dimension

Among Us VR is available now on Steam and the Quest Store from Schell Games. Is this VR’s new party game or will it become a ghost ship? Read our full review below. Schell Games is about as veteran a VR game studio as you can find. Its two

Arashi: Castles of Sin – Final Cut – December 5 (PC VR, PSVR 2, Quest 2)

Once a PSVR exclusive, Skydance Interactive is releasing the remastered Arashi: Castles of Sin – Final Cut this month on most major VR platforms. You can read our Gamescom preview to learn more, where we called it an entertaining upgrade marred by last-gen hangovers.

Arashi: Final Cut – An Entertaining Upgrade Marred By Last-Gen Hangovers

The upcoming Final Cut of Arashi features some clear upgrades, but also some last-gen hangovers that hold it back. Read our impressions here:

Arizona Sunshine 2 – December 7 (Quest, PC VR, Pico, PSVR 2)

Vertigo Games is capping off a busy year with Arizona Sunshine 2, which arrives two days earlier on PC VR and PSVR 2 if you pre-order the Deluxe Edition. Set one year after the original game, it includes full cross-platform multiplayer, two-player campaign co-op and an endless 2-4 player Horde mode. Check out our preview and Quest 2 gameplay footage to learn more and keep your eyes peeled for our review next week.

Arizona Sunshine 2 Hands-On: Killing Zombies With Man’s Best Buddy

Buddy is a real good boy ready to take out VR zombies for you in Arizona Sunshine 2.

LEGO Bricktales VR – December 7 (Quest)

Developed by ClockStone and published by Thunderful, LEGO Bricktales was previously released on flatscreeen platforms and mobile last year. The premise sees you helping your grandfather restore his amusement park, traveling across different locations as you encounter characters needing assistance. 

Resident Evil 4 Remake VR Mode – December 8 (PSVR 2)

Following on from Resident Evil Village in February, Resident Evil 4 Remake’s VR Mode is next. Featuring 3D audio, haptic feedback through the Sense Controllers and a new first-person perspective, VR Mode covers Resident Evil 4’s entire campaign. Check out our Tokyo Game Show hands-on impressions to learn more:

Resident Evil 4 PSVR 2 Mode Hands-On: Spookier Than Quest

Resident Evil 4’s VR Mode on PSVR 2 looks set to be spookier than Quest, while improving one of its shortcomings. Here’s our hands-on from Tokyo Game Show:

Vertigo 2 – December 12 (PSVR 2)

An action-adventure VR game from Zulubo Productions, Vertigo 2 sees you exploring the Quantum Reactor depths as you try to return home. Following a on PC VR release in March, it’s now coming to PSVR 2. Our review of the PC VR release has more details.

Vertigo 2 Review: Creative & Engaging SteamVR Experience

Vertigo 2 offers a PC VR experience that is constantly creative and undeniably engaging.

Five Nights At Freddy’s: Help Wanted 2 – December 14 (PSVR 2)

Following last month’s surprise PSVR 2 port for Five Nights at Freddy’s: Help Wanted, the sequel now follows this December. Featuring six categories of minigames, Help Wanted 2 takes advantage of new PSVR 2 features like eye tracking and headset rumble.

Racket Club – December 14 (PC VR, Pico, Quest)

Offering a different approach to VR racket sports, Racket Club now makes its way to most major VR platforms this month. Featuring a career mode, online multiplayer and mixed reality support on Quest and Pico, Resolution Games has previously detailed the social mechanics and scoring systems.

Asgard’s Wrath 2 – December 15 (Quest)

Four years after the original Asgard’s Wrath appeared on Rift, Meta’s biggest bet on AAA gaming yet finally arrives this month. We’ll bring you our review soon and you can check out our hands-on preview to learn more. As a reminder, anyone who purchases a Quest 3 before January 27, 2024 will receive a free copy.

Asgard’s Wrath 2: Meta’s AAA Investment Shines On Quest 3

We’ve played some of Asgard’s Wrath 2 from Sanzaru Games on Quest 3! First impressions:

Towers & Powers – December 15 (PC VR, PSVR 2, Quest)

A VR tower defence game, Towers & Powers sees you saving islands and their residents from falling to the forces of chaos. That’s coming to most major VR platforms and a Steam demo is available now.

Tales of the Aswang VR – December 20 (PC VR)

Developed by Paolo Villanueva, Tales of the Aswang is a VR game that “explores the myths and the epic creatures” of Filipino folklore, looking at books written by Maximo Ramos. “Walk and climb through the woods, solve puzzles, find artifacts, notes, and letters to unravel the magic world of the Aswang,” states the Steam page.

Tiger Blade – December 22 (PSVR 2)

Influenced by Korean neo-noir cinema, Tiger Blade promises “stylish, adrenaline-soaked combat” as you play as an assassin working within the Tiger Clans. Across the streets of Sewoon, you’re tasked with stealing a mysterious package and slashing your way through thugs. Previously announced for November, it’s coming exclusively to PSVR 2 on December 22.

Interested to learn about more upcoming VR games? Check out our full list below, which covers upcoming Quest 2, PC VR, Pico and PSVR 2 releases across 2024 and beyond:

Upcoming VR Games 2023: New Releases On Quest, PC, PSVR 2 & More

Need a refresher on all upcoming VR games in 2023 and beyond? Here’s every major game coming to Quest, PSVR 2, PC VR & Pico.

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