We want to play any of these VR games in our minds.
The future of games is virtual reality. Some people say that’s the case. There are different kinds of VR headsets on the market, each with its own set of features and level of performance. Many of these headsets and the software they come with are designed to put players in a world that isn’t possible, to make their dreams come true.
The games and software can only make the headset and format as good as they are. VR games come in all shapes and sizes, from small experiences to big, full-featured games with a lot of money behind them. Some big brands, both in and out of gaming, have also tried their hands at VR. Some haven’t, but some have.
One of the best things about the Assassin’s Creed games is that each one takes place in a different world and time period. Ubisoft made a part of some Assassin’s Creed games called the Discovery Tour that is both fun and educational.
The Assassin’s Creed VR game could be based on this Discovery Tour. Players could go back in time and get a feel for the place, the people, their ways of life, and the culture. If you think that sounds boring, there could also be a murder.
Sea of Thieves
In Sea of Thieves, you and your friends can get on a boat and sail the open seas, fight skeletons, look for treasure, and live out your pirate dreams. It’s an open-world pirate simulator whose main goal is to make you feel like you’re in that world.
This means that a Sea of Thieves VR game would be a great idea. It would make the game feel more real and let you see your ship and the world around it from every angle. Many of the game’s mechanics would be easy to adapt to VR controls.
No matter what you think about where the movies in this series are going, dinosaurs and a world where they live with people are still interesting.
The main draw of a Jurassic Park VR game would be seeing dinosaurs that are the same size as you. It could be like a scene in a movie where everything goes as planned. You could sit and watch dinosaurs go by, acting out how the people in the movie do. Or, it could have more exciting, interactive scenes, which would make it more than just a show of pictures.
Metal Gear is known for many things, including its mix of action and stealth gameplay, its sometimes confusing cinematic storytelling, its characters, and its huge mechs.
All of these things could be done in a VR Metal Gear game. It could be mostly a first-person action/stealth game, have a cinematic story, and end with a battle against a huge mech that makes you feel small. All of these things could be part of a stand-alone VR game that is a condensed version of the original Metal Gear Solid. Hideo Kojima, a well-known game designer, would be a nice addition as well, but that’s not likely to happen.
Grand Theft Auto
Over the years, the Grand Theft Auto games have changed. It started out as a top-down open-world game and changed into a 3D open-world game. After that, HD visuals and lighting moved things forward. Then, with Grand Theft Auto V, it went even further as an Online platform.
With the update for the next generation of the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, a new first-person view was added. So, it makes sense that the next step would be to make it into a full VR game. You could live in Los Santos and drive cars, shoot guns, and do anything else that the game and your imagination let you do.
Star Wars: Podracer
With games like Vader Immortal, Star Wars has already put money into VR. They do a great job of putting the player in different worlds from the Star Wars universe and letting them feel what it’s like to fight someone like Darth Vader.
Many of these things and more could be done with a VR Podracing game. It would let you sit in a podracer and race against friends or computer-controlled opponents. It could also copy one of the best scenes from the first movie in the prequel trilogy. You could go to different worlds and places, feel the excitement and danger of the race, and also play a fun game.
The original BioShock is known for a few things: its scary and mysterious world, its story, and the way it is played. All of these things could be done in a VR version of the original game, and you would feel more immersed in that world than ever before.
The fact that the first game is so old could be the biggest problem. Graphically, it might need to be remade or remastered for VR instead of just being ported. But it would be cool for fans of the first BioShock to be able to walk through the underwater corridors of Rapture.
P.T. (Silent Hills)
P.T. came out as a demo for Hideo Kojima’s version of the Silent Hill series. In it, you walk through a series of creepy corridors, each one as scary as the last. On the way, you have to solve puzzles, keep your cool, and find a way out.
VR works well for scary video games. Because VR takes away some of your senses, it makes the experience more immersive and scary. It makes you feel much more like you are in the world than a normal game does. Even though it’s unlikely that P.T. will ever have a VR version or an official release, it would be a great and must-play VR game if it did.
Nintendo and the Pokemon Company haven’t done much with virtual reality. Also, they don’t have a VR headset for sale. But a Pokemon game in virtual reality would be very cool and interesting.
With a VR Pokemon game, you could see your favorite Pokemon as big as life. Most likely, they would keep their anime style, but a more realistic look like the one in the Detective Pikachu movie could also be good. The main draw is that you can battle Pokemon or live in a world full of them.
Halo is a first-person shooter, which is a type of game that works well with VR. A possible Slope Game VR experience might not bring anything new to the table in this way. It would be the same Halo game you know and love, but in virtual reality.
The big draw is going to the science fiction world, standing next to Grunts and Elites, and really becoming the Master Chief. Also, being able to sit on top of a Warthog or fly in a Banshee would give the game more VR options.