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The Best of PlayStation VR Launch: Multiplayer Games

You and your mates have PlayStation VR pre-ordered together? Check out how to make the most of it.

Tomorrow’s the day, and boy have we had a great selection of games in our guide, and to finish it all up here is the guide for what you should be playing to make the most of your PlayStation VR with your friends.

Check out below why we have chosen Rebellion’s Battlezone, CCP Games’ EVE: Valkyrie, and Guerilla Games’ RIGS: Mechanized Combat League.

Battlezone – Rebellion Developments

Battlezone has the advantage of being based off of a classic arcade tanker title of the same title, and Rebellion has done a grand job of bringing it to the platform it was first made for – VR. The gameplay is effortless but the enemies and level designs really make you work for your success. The visuals are incredible and simply just work, and paired with your cockpit that is full of all your vital info, there is very little to point out that could be negative. Playing this with your friends just makes sense.


EVE: Valkyrie – CCP Games

We  have already recommended EVE: Gunjack as one of the top shooters to get for launch day, but don’t think that we have missed out EVE: Valkyrie because this is one that should always be considered. Flying around with other players as you commence brutal space dogfights is something that will fuel endless enjoyment. With Carrier Assault included as default, there is so much that this title has to offer that isn’t as technical as something like Elite Dangerous, but it has some real fun factors mixed in with tactical decision making.

EVE Valkyrie - Carrier Assault

RIGS: Mechanized Combat League – Guerrilla Games

This is different from the other titles listed here as each player can specialise in a certain type of robot, which will inevitably end with absolute chaos from everyone finding each robot’s weaknesses and strengths. What else could you want to bond over other than fighting robots flying, jumping, and kicking each others’ butts in the sky? Nothing, that’s what.

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