2020 is set to be an exhilarating year for video game fans. This is especially true for fans of Virtual Reality, as this year is ready to deliver a wide range of entertaining titles to the genre. A variety of different kinds of games will be included in the VR game release schedule for 2020. Still, there are a few that will efficiently deliver some suspenseful and scary moments for players who like to get their blood pumping. If you are a fan of exercising scary moments when you have your VR setup running, you will not want to miss out on playing any of the games that we have listed below. 

Scariest VR Games of 2020

The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners


One of the benefits of virtual reality is the ability to get up and personal with the enemies you are fighting for an even more intense experience. What better enemy to do this to than a zombie, which is why The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners is one VR game that will be providing plenty of scares in 2020. Players take on the role of a survivor who finds themselves in a partly flooded New Orleans. Up close and personal combat with zombies is sure to deliver plenty of terrifying moments for players trying to survive in The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners. However, individuals will also have to deal with the horrific things that their fellow survivors or even themselves can do when it matters the most. Will you a Saint who helps someone out or a Sinner who knows that any form of compassion could lead to your untimely demise. 

The Walking Dead Onslaught


You can never get enough VR zombie killing, and The Walking Dead Onslaught is another highly anticipated 2020 title that will give players plenty of opportunities to experience the horrific nature of the apocalypse closer than they ever have before. The Walking Dead Onslaught is the official VR game of the AMC's The Walking Dead television show and allows players to take on plenty of scary threats as their favorite characters from the popular show. A wide range of weapons combined with context-based physics and a progressive dismemberment system will lead to some heart-pounding moments for VR players in 2020.

After the Fall


Apocalypses are never fun, but it would be hard to imagine a scarier one than a new Ice Age. Especially one where large portions of the populations have been transformed into horrific monsters called the Snowbreed from the overuse of designer drugs. After the Fall allows players to play with three other friends to face off against all of the horrifying threats that this apocalyptic world has to offer those who are brave enough to venture into it.  

Lone Echo II


Space is the final frontier, and the prospect of being able to reach the farthest corners of our galaxy is always an exciting thought. However, the cold depths of outer space and the uncertainty of what is happening around you is why Lone Echo II is a VR title that will be providing plenty of scary moments for the players. Those who dive headfirst into the suspenseful adventure that Lone Echo II is ready to present to the video game community in 2020 will need to prepare themselves.

Phantom: Covert Ops


Now, being a badass special operation soldier may not sound like there could be much that would scare you in a game. However, Phantom: Covert Ops does its best to make sure you feel like you are always in a vulnerable position. This upcoming VR game for 2020 accomplishes this by having the player control a spec ops soldier that can not move from a tactical kayak. You will have to face off against plenty of high-powered militaristic threats in a small boat while your enemies have free range to move where they please. Being limited to a small area is always a scary thought when you are in a life or death situation. 

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