November 29, 2022

Upload five best games from VR’s E3 2021 showcase

Upload VR is back with its third annual showcase with the most innovative and intriguing games coming to VR. As the medium matures year after year, it continues to be a platform for developers to innovate. While not all games on display are brand new announcements, we have selected five of our favorites from the showcase that you can expect to immerse yourself in soon.

Song in the smoke

First announced to PSVR earlier this year, Song in the smoke Departure for a VR survival game and developer 17-bit, which is very popular for cartoon indie games Shogun’s skulls And Kalak-Z. In a new developer diary, studio CEO Jake Castell VR explains that he wanted to create not only a game, but a whole life and breathing world. It comes to Oculus Rift and Quest and PSVR this summer.


VR owns many terrific rhythm games, but Unpacked Might be the best hook. It is a game about playing air guitar, which means that you can only play with your hands thanks to the hand-tracking technology in Quest and other supported PC VR. Even better, the new trailer shows you can run offspring ‘kids are not right’. It is coming this fall.

Nerf Ultimate Championship

Who played Nerf? The revealed trailer doesn’t give much, but it looks stylish, those nerf guns look terrible, and it came from the Emmy Award-winning VR Studio Secret location. This is the Oculus exclusive coming in 2022.

Sushi Ben VR

This stylish cell-shaded game finds you trying to keep your favorite sushi bar out of business. However, instead of adding sushi, your task is to actually get others to eat there, so there is one more descriptive focus, animated with some vibrant manga style comic book panels. It comes in 2022.

A township story

Oculus arrives in Quest on July 15, A township story Is an open world RPG designed for VR, which wonderfully acknowledges that you and everyone else have no legs. In a fantastic fantasy world, you can create a new identity as a black, miner, woodcutter, warrior or archer.