The State of Play showcase gave a glimpse into what games will be supported by the PSVR2 headset. At least we know what kind of games we can look forward to when the headset is released. Sony will launch the headset with 20 major games, so it has a bit of work to do to fill the gaps. The highlights include trailers.

Horizon Call of the Mountain continues to look good

The PSVR2 exclusive game, "Horizon Call of the Mountain," was shown off by the company. There is a lot of climbing in the game, similar to the console game. I am most interested in the bow combat and how the game manages tricky virtual reality controls in the thick of the action against the mechanized creatures.

Resident Evil 8 is getting VR support

There is a patch for Resident Evil Village that allows for virtual reality. Similar to Resident Evil 7, Sony has exclusive rights to the virtual reality experience for the game. It looks like it will be a good time for the virtual reality content. When I play a first-person virtual reality game, I want to see the main character flip weapons between his hands.

Resident Evil 4’s remake is also coming to PSVR2 — in some format

The first ever footage of the Resident Evil 4 remake opened the showcase. The core game seems to be a third-person adventure, but Sony is working on PSVR2 content. It isn't clear if this will turn the game into a first-person shooter like the virtual reality adaptation that landed on the Metaquest 2 in 2021. It would probably be a much more high-res experience.

No Man’s Sky is joining the lineup

No Man's Sky will be the first space exploration game to include virtual reality. This is likely to be an adaptation of the pre-existing systems, since there is a virtual reality version already for PSVR and PC owners. From what I saw, I don't know for sure.

There’s a Walking Dead game

There is no virtual reality headset lineup without a zombie game. PSVR2 will get The Walking Dead: Saints and Sinners: Retribution in the year 2022. If you like open-world shooters with light inventory management and scrounging for supplies, this might be a good place to start.