[Top 10] VR Games With Good Story

VR Games With Good Story
Face your enemies closer than ever with these VR games.

When some people think of Virtual Reality, they still think of gimmicky 360 videos. 

Virtual Reality gaming is getting more and more popular by the minute. In the past few years, major game developers have taken on projects in the VR world. With big developers seeing VR as a worthy investment, games just keep getting better. These 10 games are driven by their incredibly immersive stories. What’s more immersive than a story that you can reach out and touch? 

10. Blood & Truth

Blood & Truth gameplay

In this PSVR exclusive, you play as Ryan. He’s ex-military, and his family owns an international business that is just as shady as you’d expect. When you’re called home to deal with a family emergency, it’s up to you to defend your family’s business from your rivals. The game wants you to feel like the main character in your own action movie, and it accomplishes that. 

The future of the business is quite literally in your hands as it’s up to you to take down your family’s rivals. 

9. Fallout 4 VR

Fallout 4 has you waking up in the life of the typical 1940s-esque nuclear family; only to have a nuclear bomb set off minutes later. You’ll explore the post-apocalyptic open-world in search of your answers about what happened to your family. As this is an RPG, you choose how your character plays out the story. 

Face off against all types of monsters, like this Deathclaw, more up close and personal than ever before. 

8. Skyrim VR

The world of Skyrim is very well known for its story, but playing it in VR makes it that much more immersive. You start as a prisoner captured for crossing the Cyrodiil border and get lucky when a dragon turns up at your execution. You’re thrown into a civil war and discover you are what is known as the Dragonborn, and the fate of the world is in your hands. This game is packed with tons of story even outside of the main quests.  

Giants, Frost Trolls, and more will tower over you as your Dragonborn takes them on in your quest to save the world. 

7. The Inpatient 

You’ll have unsettling encounters with your fellow patients as you try to remember how you ended up at Blackwood Pines Sanatorium. 

6. Stormland

Stormland gameplay

In Stormland, you play as Vesper the android gardener. You were taking care of an alien planet until you were injured by a faction called The Tempest. Your new goal becomes taking revenge on The Tempest by building and upgrading a new body for yourself. This story takes place within a huge open world that you can climb and explore as much as you wish. 

Seek your revenge on enemies with fresh new upgrades as you fix yourself up with parts you find in this vast open world. 

5. Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice 

Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice throws you into a terrifying world that makes you feel as if you’re going insane. As Senua, you’ll travel down into Helheim, a Nordic Hell that will try to kill you every chance it gets. On a quest to save the soul of your dead lover, you’ll face foes that will make you start to question your sanity. This game will have you terrified to turn your head to see what’s behind you.

You’ll be looking over your shoulder constantly as you hear enemies coming from every corner of Helheim. 

4. The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners

Saints & Sinners throws you into your own adventure in The Walking Dead universe. The game drops you into a flooded New Orleans, and obviously, zombies will be one of your main concerns. However, you’ll have to worry just as much about the factions of living enemies and decide what kind of person your character is. The incredibly fast-paced world will keep you on your toes and have you feeling like you’re truly living through a zombie apocalypse. 

Zombies could be the least of your worries depending on who you befriend in this choice-driven game. 

3. Boneworks

In Boneworks, you play as Arthur Ford. You work for the futuristic company Monogon as their head of security. You explore the digital city your company has created, MythOS City. This world uses something called ‘void energy’, which you will use to complete the missions that will arise in this city. The physics in this game will make the world feel incredibly real. 

Face off against the virtual enemies in creative ways in this digital world created by your employers. 

2. Asgard’s Wrath

The story in Asgard’s Wrath is centered around Norse Mythology. You begin the game as a brand new god being given your powers by Loki. You are the God of Animals, and you will take on the form of 5 different mortals to lead them to their destinies. Each human you follow will be unique and you can use many powers to your advantage. 

Earn your Norse God powers by playing as five different mortals, fighting their dangerous battles, and leading them to their destinies. 

1.Half-Life: Alyx

Half-Life: Alyx takes place five years after the events of Half-Life 2. You’re playing as Alyx, who is setting out to obtain a superweapon in the hands of the alien group Combine. You’ll use your gravity gloves to manipulate the world around you and defeat enemies along the way. Half-Life is known for its unique world and story, so being able to experience it in VR is a great experience for fans and newcomers alike. 

Navigate the beautiful world of Half-Life and defeat the violent Combine one alien at a time. 

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As she continues to level up in life, Lyric has made it her goal is to discover every realm of gaming and write her way through her journey.
Gamer Since: 2003
Favorite Genre: RPG
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Top 3 Favorite Games:Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward, Tomb Raider, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim - Dragonborn