5 BEST VR Horror Games

1. Affected: The Manor

Affected: The Manor is an excellent choice if you want to experience true horror or (better yet) want to scare a friend to a pulp, meanly watching the process from the sofa. Excellent use of sound and thoughtful scenario – this game is an ideal example of VR Melbourne horror (whether for mobile or PC VR). Her visual effects look great even on a low-power Go headset. Despite the plain and short gameplay, this is a great one-time horror.

2. Dark Days

Dark Days is an example of a correct and thoughtful game. She presents the player with an interesting world full of thrills and mysteries, without revealing her secrets until the very end. Visually, the game leaves much to be desired, but still it is not bad, considering the limited power of the Go platform. Although the main character can sometimes be a little annoying, you will fall in love with her wit and charm as you go through the adventure. Get ready for a generous amount of fear, screamers and gray hair, as this game is not for the faint of heart.

3. Face Your Fears

Face Your Fears is a kind of intro for exploring virtual horror content. In this game you can survive various scenarios, each of which is designed to arouse lurking human fears. At least one of them will hook you to the living, even if you are cool and fearless.

4. Five Nights at Freddy’s

Five Nights at Freddy’s is one of the largest and most successful indie gaming franchises on the planet, which spawned a whole line of products besides the game itself. Basically, just watch the security camera footage to see if mechanical creatures like Chuck E. Cheese will start moving. This is very disturbing and creepy, and now a 360-degree video takes this horror to VR.

5. Play With Me

Partly a game in the style of “escape room”, a partially warped nightmare on the theme of clowns. Play With Me is a short terrifying VR experience for Oculus Go. Basically, the player simply explores the house and tries to find a way out, solving simple puzzles along the way. However, there is a metered amount of (absolutely free, but scary) screamers.

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