We're excited to present, in partnership with Oculus, a month-long look at what's exciting right now in the world of VR. Across 19 articles, we'll be writing about the best games playable in VR today, the most interesting and relaxing experiences you can have in VR, what's going on in high-end VR arcades, and more. We have advice on introducing friends and family to VR for the first time, and a round-up of the VR games to look out for next year.
VR Month is our chance to show how far VR has come since the launch of the Oculus Rift and the HTC Vive in 2016. High-end headsets are far more affordable. System requirements are lower. Games are abundant, and developers are finding new, interesting ways to convey motion in VR. And there's some exciting VR technology on the horizon, too. Check out our sister site Techradar for more VR Month articles.
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VR Month articles
- Our most anticipated VR games of 2019
- Check out these awesome VR setups
- The most affordable ways to get into VR this holiday season
- The PC games we'd most like to play in VR
- The most relaxing VR games
- The best VR horror games
- The best VR apps
- Tin Hearts is an adorable Early Access VR puzzler with a lot of promise
- Moss blends Redwall and Zelda in one of the best VR games of the year
- Fringe VR is home to some of the PC's weirdest, coolest experimental games
- Blade and Sorcery's glorious VR violence makes me feel guilty for every stab
- Orpheus Entertainment wants to use VR to make you a happier person
- What to expect from VR in 2019
- Exploring VR MMOs in search of the Ready Player One experience
- The Forest VR is terrifying, atmospheric, and clumsy all at once
- 5 VR games we want to see on PC