10 Best VR Games To Play On Oculus Link For Oculus Quest

10 Best VR Games To Play On Oculus Link For Oculus Quest

Articles, Blog , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , 33 Comments


Hi everyone! My name is Cas. And it’s time for a list of 10 PC VR game
suggestions to play with the Oculus Link for Oculus Quest. These are ten games that you can definitely
sink a lot of time into and that I have tested to work with the Oculus Quest. Do keep in mind that you still need a VR ready
gaming PC to play these games with Oculus Link. And if you own an Oculus Rift S, you can play
all these games too. So how about we just get started? But first, subscribe if you haven’t yet
to see more videos like this one. And now, join me beyond reality! One quick note: this list is not in any particular
order. So let’s move on to… Number 1. Until You Fall Until You Fall is a VR sword fighting experience. It is a procedurally generated dungeon crawler
filled with melee and magic. What I like about Until You Fall is its beautiful,
neon-colored art style mixed with its energetic combat. The melee fighting style is something we haven’t
seen before. Every time you face an enemy, a line in front
of you directs how you should block or attack, but you have to be quick to respond. After successfully defeating all enemies in
one level, you can pick from 3 random prizes. You can choose to heal up or to gather currency
for upgrades. After going through about five levels, you’ll
get a mini-boss each time. The longer you can fight, the harder the enemies
will get. And if you fall, you don’t start over completely
because you can use what you earned to forge new weapons and grow stronger. You will return more powerful than before. Until You Fall can definitely work your body,
but it’s an awesome workout. Next on the list is: Number 2. Skyrim VR When Skyrim VR came out, I spent so much time
on it. It was my first time inside this open-world,
fantasy, role-playing game and I could not believe I’ve never played this game before. But I am happy to have experienced my first
time in VR. In Skyrim, you are a Dragonborn, a prophesized
hero with the power of The Voice, and it is up to you to restore balance in Tamriel. It is a typical RPG, where you go around,
explore the world, take on the main story quest, bump into NPCs, and then take on numerous
side-quests. While you do those, you find new lore, weapons
and you level up and upgrade yourself. You find a character build that you like;
this can be full-on wizard, or swordsman or a spellsword – there is a lot of freedom
in this game and before you know it, you are many hours further. If you never tried Skyrim VR before, then
I recommend you to try it out now. Even if you already played Skyrim before. Next on the list, an indie game that reminds
me a lot of Skyrim VR except this next one was built with VR in mind. I’m talking about: Number 3. Shadow Legend VR
This is a singleplayer exploration-RPG. In this game, you are the Grand Master of
The Knights and have been chosen by Lady Evelyn, the immortal god of Anaria, to end the war
with another dark immortal god. He has filled the world with darkness and
chaos, and it’s up to you to get accustomed to your chosen weapons and to defeat this
enemy. In this game, you’ll travel to several environments;
each contains quests to do, which can be puzzles, solving riddles, or collecting treasure. There are various enemies in each environment;
each needs a specific way to kill. The treasure you find buys new weapons, like
swords, axes, bow and arrow, or magically enchanted weapons. The combat requires you to pay attention as
you have to parry and block, and to finish some enemies off, you have to hit the right
weak spots to delimb an enemy. After unlocking an environment or two, there
are several big boss fights too. The combat overall is more slow-paced, but
I like personally enjoy this pace. One last fun thing is that this game supports
speech recognition to talk to NPCs. This is a bit of an experimental feature,
so it doesn’t always work well, but I think once the Oculus Quest microphone works with
Oculus Link, it will be fun to try this out. Next on the list is… Number 4. The Forest VR Which is a horror survival game. Your plane has crashed in a forest, you are
the only survivor, but soon, you’ll find out that you are not alone in this forest. It is filled with cannibalistic mutants who
will come out at night. So you only have a few minutes to learn how
to build and craft protection, or else you are in for a terrifying time. The Forest is a typical survival game where
you get hungry and thirsty. Most things around you are collectible. You can chop down trees to build a camp, or
start a fire to keep warm and cook. You can scavenge the materials you need to
craft weapons and tools. Once you are ready, you can explore the underground
network of dark dungeons and caves. You can try to find out what happened to the
other passengers of the plane or keep on exploring and trying to outsmart the mutant enemies. You can play The Forest VR in a single-player
or multiplayer mode. The latter has crossplay with non-VR gamers. I recommend playing this game with other VR
players because it feels more real. Keep in mind that the VR build is still in
beta, so there might be bugs, but it’s already a ton of fun. While you are watching this video, please
don’t forget to leave a like to support this channel! Now, on to a totally different game: Number 5. Windlands 2 VR This is a first-person grappling hook exploration
game. This game has a special locomotion mechanic
where it’s like being Spiderman, but instead of shooting webs, you shoot hooks to swing
yourself around. Scattered around this cartoonish world are
special colored trees and blocks that you can use to hook yourself on. Once hooked, you have to gain altitude and
use the momentum to swing around effectively. This can take a bit of practice at first,
but once mastered you’ll feel so free and awesome. The game’s focus is exploration, but you
also have a bow and arrow. As you take on quests from NPCs, you will
also battle laser-shooting droids, and you will come across gigantic bosses. It is up to you to save the world from the
dark forces that rise again. You can play the game single-player mode or
up to four players in co-op entirely. There are also other game modes available
like races, but you will most definitely want to play this game for the campaign mode and
if you have a friend with a VR headset, it’s most fun to play together. Let’s move on to my favorite of this list. Number 6. Asgard’s Wrath Asgard’s Wrath is a mythical Norse adventure
set in; the name says it already, Asgard. So yes, you will come across gods like Loki
and Thor. This action role playing game is my favorite
game that came out this year, not only because I love the mythical genre but also because
of its storyline, game mechanics and its game length. In Asgard’s Wrath you play as a god who
needs to prove himself to the other gods. Your task is to help out a select group of
mortal heroes on their journeys. You will be able to switch between your godlike
form and that of your mortal, which gives a great sense of scale. The gameplay consists of a lot of combat,
where parrying and blocking are important. Weapons don’t have as much weight as in
some games like Blade & Sorcery, but the killing blow animations in this game makes you feel
like an amazing warrior. One other core mechanic in Asgard’s Wrath
are the followers. In the game, you’ll be able to convert certain
animals to a full-sized follower who can help you out with puzzles and combat. You can interact with them too, which certainly
makes you feel like you are friends with them. The detail in this game is just fantastic. If you like exploring, you will easily be
able to put in 20 to 40 hours of playtime. It’s hard to summarize this game as what
I’ve told you here only scratched the surface. So if you haven’t played this game yet,
I would grab this one immediately. And before Asgard’s Wrath became my favorite
game, the next game on this list was there first. Number 7. Lone Echo Lone Echo is a single-player, story-driven
space simulator. You take on the role of Jack, an advanced
artificially intelligent robot with a state-of-the-art synthetic body. You help Captain Olivia Rhodes solve a threatening
space anomaly. Using futuristic tools, you solve puzzles,
like fixing things in the space ship, and it’s all in the zero-gravity environment. So yes you will be floating in space, but
the locomotion is done well that it doesn’t feel heavy on the stomach. The most intriguing part of this game is that
the game is pretty old already with a release date in 2017, but is still ahead of its competitors
in interactions. Hand animations, interactions with NPCs and
dialogue are very well done, and that makes it more realistic to me. It is a pretty short game though, but I can
totally forgive this because of all the things I just mentioned. And I haven’t even mentioned that the story
is good too. Lone Echo II is coming out next year, so this
is a great time to get started on this game before the next one comes out if you haven’t
yet. Next on this list is another science-fiction
game. Number 8. Stormland Stormland is one of the most recent Oculus
exclusive releases. Set in a sci-fi world, you are a lost android. Everything around you seems to have been destroyed
by The Tempest, which is a group of rogue androids who seem only to want to destroy
you too. Stormland features an open-world with the
freedom to explore. However, you want. Climb up mountains, glide across chasms, and
soar through the slipstream. Combat consists of mostly shooting, but you
can use different strategies. Take on the Tempest with stealth and use the
environment around you to distract them or go in gun blazing with grenades. The combat is fast-paced and exciting. There is a five-hour-long storyline that you
can play completely and seamlessly with someone else in online co-op. After this, you go into the Cycling World
with randomized missions and environments. This allows for more replayability. This game also has beautifully done interactions
and is also one of the games that’s hard to summarize, since there is just a lot to
do and explain. I haven’t even talked about the upgrades
that you can do to yourself. It is certainly one to not miss if you like
sci-fi shooters. The next game on the list is: Number 9. No Man’s Sky VR No Man’s Sky is an open-world space exploration
game. It was a pancake game only, but VR support
was added not long ago. The game is about exploration, surviving,
crafting, and building in space. There’s a 30-hour main story line that begins
by telling you how everything works. And soon, you’ll find yourself in a space
ship, flying through space from planet to planet in this infinite procedurally generated
universe. Equipped with a multi-tool that you can use
to gather resources, you can decide your own destiny. There is a lot to figure out. You can become an explorer and travel to systems
and gain knowledge about different life forms, or you can find a nice place to settle down
and build a base however you want. Or you can become a trader, become rich, and
buy yourself that big freighter. Or maybe you like hunting down space pirates? There are epic space battles to be fought. And one of the best things is that you can
do almost everything together with others online too. It’s a pretty calming game since there isn’t
much combat but this depends on how you play. I have always felt like this game was just
made for VR. There is nothing as soothing to me as flying
in my own space ship between the stars. I highly recommend this title if you haven’t
tried it yet. And now, to the last on this list. Number 10. Subnautica Subnautica is another survival game! We’ve already had one in space, and one
in the forest, so why not also one in the depths of an ocean? Yeah, here as well, you crashed with a space
ship. This time on an alien planet that’s full
of water. These oceans are filled with never-seen-before
wildlife, and just like in any survival game, most things around you are collectible. There is a lot to explore in this ocean, and
you’ll need the right tools for it. Using the resources you find, you can craft
equipment, build bases, and keep yourself alive. You can find blueprints that you can use to
build new things like submarines to travel even further. But be careful, because in the deepest of
the ocean, lures creatures that are not to be toyed with. Subnautica is a pancake game and got VR support
a pretty long time ago. Unfortunately, it does not support the motion
controllers, so you will have to use a gamepad or keyboard and mouse. This makes the experience pretty intense for
those prone to motion sickness, so be aware of that. If you can handle it, though, you won’t
want to explore this game any other way. So that was the last game on the list. Question of the day: what game on this list
is your favorite? And if you have any other suggestions, please
do comment below what game is your favorite and if possible, tell us why so that everyone
can get even more suggestions. A special thanks goes to our Right-Hand Patrons. Shout out to artArmin and his Patreon page. Another shout out goes to BaxornVR and his
VR YouTube channel! Everyone, see you all in the next video. As always, VR on!

33 thoughts on “10 Best VR Games To Play On Oculus Link For Oculus Quest

  • Cas and Chary VR Post author

    These are 10 games that you can definitely sink a lot of time into and that I have tested to work with the Oculus Quest. Do keep in mind that you still need a VR ready gaming PC to play these games with Oculus Link.
    Let us know what your favorite game is and if you have any other suggestions! Share it below so everyone can get more tips 😀

    Timestamps are here!
    #1 – 00:40

    #2 – 01:45

    #3 – 02:58

    #4 – 04:22

    #5 – 05:41

    #6 – 06:49

    #7 – 08:21

    #8 – 09:30

    #9 – 10:46

    #10 – 12:11

  • Johen Lu Post author

    Me still watching although I haven't bought a quest yet.

  • Expulso Post author

    Thanks

  • Lil Torna Post author

    Hello

  • Eter Wael Post author

    Onward? 🙂

  • Tobias Myllynen Post author

    Waiting for my long usb-c cable but using RiftCat until I get it.
    Asgards Wrath looks amazing!

  • Cetrilex Post author

    hi

  • Fitness Gear Post author

    Great content 🤠

  • Ed Hudley Post author

    Is it just me or are most VR games centered around shooting, slashing and running through some mythical world? It seems the racing and flying simulator selections can be counted on one hand.

  • Emulator games Post author

    I’m just waiting for boneworks enough said

  • Boba Rhett Post author

    Big question!: I have a 1080ti which does not have a usb-c in the back. My motherboard had usb 3.1 so are there adapters that you have tested?

  • Billy Jean Post author

    I bought the ps vr and I love it 😻 but the quality is not on par ! I wanted to buy the oculus and I regret it ! The vive is too expensive but if it is the best I rethink my decision…

  • VR Edward Post author

    I'd definitely throw Brass Tactics on there for fans of RTS games, and the devs have said it won't come to Quest, but overall those are great choices! I keep forgetting I want to play subnautica.

  • Gregory St.Laurent Post author

    Elite Dangerous!!!! The most incredible VR experience!

  • Joszek Post author

    I would add VR CHAT to that list – it's free and people can finally see how big difference is between Quest and normal version of VR Chat.

  • Unmei Post author

    do you area asian or african?

  • J.C. Post author

    The Anfunta 90 has not worked test for me. I saw it on your other recommendation link video. I was testing it with a usb-c inatech pcie card and the silver braided cable. Going to try it with different combos. I only get 3 dots

  • Devin Barner Post author

    Asgard's Wrath is my game of choice. I was on the fence about VR unit I saw the previews of the game. So to test the waters I purchased a Quest and not even a month later they announced Oculus link. I bought Asgard's Wrath after watching a few reviews and the link came out the day before my birthday. I'm loving it! Thank you for you covering it, you made my decision so easy. Thank you.

  • Ron M Post author

    Thank you.

  • G Whiz Post author

    Whaa? No out-takes? Nailed It!

  • Geraldo Francisco Post author

    me watching the follower in skyrim …
    ಠ_ಠ
    It all makes sense now

  • Ichinin Post author

    Elite Dangerous. Because its more real life graphics and not cartoon style. Just watching your ship go into a station using autodock is pretty awesome. Blowing up asteroids to mine precious materials is fun and VR makes everything easier.

  • Alex S Post author

    You girls are awesome!!!

  • Lettucegame Post author

    i'm waiting for lone echo to drop in price

  • Warsin Post author

    NOSTOSSS

  • bogge861 Post author

    Great list! I would also add Alien: Isolation VR to this list. That's incredible in VR.

  • LHC Post author

    Cas and Chary are great. More of them please. Ok nice one

  • Carlos Paroli Post author

    Beat saber is one of the most recognized and popular vr games. Highly recommended…

  • Terx Post author

    Just bought minecraft windows 10 edition, it’s on the oculus store and it’s brilliant <3

  • Sylvar Petsatra Post author

    Elite: Dangerous!
    P.s. Half-Life: Alyx 😛

  • Skidrow Post author

    Cas and Chary litle to fast 10dec THE game come out for 2019 🙂 more games i would say In Death the best bow and Arrow game.

  • Hamin Um Post author

    Which one should I get, Oculus go or Oculus Quest…?

  • BaxornVR Post author

    I am always tempted to try Subnautica in VR but the use of the gamepad puts it on a low priority.

    The voice recognition for ShadowRealm Vr still tends to be flakey for me using the Rift S.

    The Forest VR or pancake is alot of fun, particularly with friends. The biggest problem i have with VR Forest is darkness is VERY dark.

    I would suggest going back to Kitten'd whether its Quest via Virtual Desktop or Link.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *