Which games are getting a VR update?

The game industry has been on a tear lately, and now that VR is finally getting its first big-name developer behind it, the game industry is looking at what it needs to get VR ready.

The list of upcoming games that could be getting some VR support could be quite extensive, but for now, the games that we know of right now are: 1.

Super Mario Run 2.

Super Smash Bros. Forza Motorsport 6.

Minecraft: Story Mode.

FIFA 18.

Overwatch: Season 2.

League of Legends: Season 3.

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt.

2.

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare.

Overwatch for PC.

Call Of Duty: Black Ops III.

Halo 5: Guardians.

The Sims 4: Deluxe Edition.

FIFA 16: Ultimate Team.

Star Wars Battlefront II.

FIFA 15: The Journey.

NBA 2K16.

Grand Theft Auto V. The Simpsons: Bart vs. the Space Mutants for PS4 and Xbox One.

3.

Overwatch (and perhaps Minecraft) for Xbox One and PC.

Halo: The Master Chief Collection.

Minecraft for Xbox 360.

4.

Halo Wars 2.

Overwatch on PC.

The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited.

For Honor.

Destiny 2.

Battlefield 1.

Uncharted: The Lost Legacy.

The Walking Dead: Season 4.

Star Trek Beyond.

5.

The Last of Us Remastered.

Minecraft on Xbox One, PS4, and PC (via The Verge).

And finally, here are some other things to know about VR games that aren’t on this list: 1.)

You’ll need a PlayStation VR headset to play VR games on your TV.

It’s not like you’ll need to purchase a new one or something.

The VR headset itself will be free of charge, and it’s all built-in to your existing system.

2.)

There are only a few games currently supported by PlayStation VR, including: Batman: Arkham VR, Batman: The Killing Floor VR, Halo: Spartan Assault VR, Destiny 2: Forsaken, Minecraft: Stories for Xbox Live, Marvel Heroes: Avengers vs. X-Men, Marvel: Infinity War: Battle for Asgard, and the first-person shooter The Walking Wild.

3.)

There is currently no word on when the first major VR game will be coming to the PlayStation VR. 4.)

For now, we’re not sure when you’ll be able to play a VR game that doesn’t fit into the above categories.

There are a number of reasons that we don’t know when this will be happening, but we’ll be sure to let you know if we learn anything.

5.)

The PlayStation VR isn’t compatible with older VR headsets.

We’ve seen a few VR headsets that are compatible with PlayStation VR before, but they’ve only been designed for older headsets.

There’s also no way to upgrade the VR headset’s processor or memory.

6.)

There’s currently no way for you to install games from the PlayStation Store.

You’ll have to buy them from a third-party retailer like Gamestop or a PlayStation Store seller like Amazon, but that’s a lot of work.

7.)

The price of a PlayStation virtual reality headset will be very similar to what you’ll pay for a regular PS4.

That’s because PSVR headsets cost a lot more than a regular PC headset, so they’ll be much cheaper to buy.

8.)

Sony’s PlayStation VR will only be available on select platforms for a limited time.

It may take a few weeks for PlayStation VR to be available in all the major platforms, but if it does, you should be able be sure you’re ready to start playing games in a few days.

9.)

There will be a limited number of PSVR games available for pre-order.

These games will come with the headset, but there will be no pre-orders.

The games that will be available will be limited to one per console.

The only exception to this is for PSVR Ready titles that will come pre-installed with a PlayStation Camera, like Star Wars: Battlefront and Uncharted: Lost Legacy on PS4 or The Sims 3: The Complete Collection on PS3.