A Stunning Collection Of VR Games Available on Xbox Game Pass

VR games Xbox Game Pass

More and more gamers are choosing to play VR games through Xbox Game Pass. Of course, subscribers to the service have a wide range of choices. But not all of them are worth your time. However, we have to admit that the collection of games on Xbox Game Pass is remarkable, despite the fact that VR titles can only be played on a PC.

Microsoft Flight Simulator and Star Wars: Squadrons are two of the most immersive VR games available on Game Pass. However, your PC should have enough power to run these games. F1 22, Hitman: World of Assassination, and No Man’s Sky are some other notable VR titles available on Game Pass. They all boast native VR support.

VR games Xbox Game Pass

A Reddit user, u/lunchanddinner, shared a list of not only the Game Pass VR titles that are natively compatible with VR but also the Game Pass games that are compatible with VR modifications. Plus, the list we are talking about includes games that were previously on Game Pass and still support VR. This list is a great resource for Game Pass subscribers looking to learn more about the VR games available on the platform.

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The list above is quite astonishing. So we look forward to your comments to let us know which ones you have already played.

How to play VR games

Players with a Meta Quest 2 don’t need a cable connection to their PC to play VR games. The Air Link feature allows wireless communication and greater mobility. This is a great feature for gamers who want to use VR headsets without the hassle of wires and cables.

Xbox Cloud Gaming provides an option for people who do not have a powerful enough PC to run VR games. Using a VR headset, gamers can play video games on a computer screen that simulates virtual reality.

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