VR Submarine Games
Immerse yourself in a submarine simulator that will test your skills. The game puts you in the cockpit of a WWII submarine and offers single player missions as well as multiplayer underwater battles.
IronWolf VR is an easy to pick up and play semi realistic depiction of convoy raiding as a World War 2 era submarine. It’s great in multiplayer, but not quite as satisfying as it could be.
1. IronWolf VR
IronWolf VR is a roomscale submarine game played in singleplayer or online co-op with motion controls. It simulates the thrill of hunting merchant ships and dreadful enemy Destroyers. The game offers a number of missions that can be completed in public lobbies, or offline for an uninterrupted experience.
This is an easy to learn, yet challenging and semi-realistic depiction of World War 2 convoy raiding as a submarine commander. The game offers a plethora of tools and weapons that can be used to annihilate any enemy that stands in your way. Whether it’s launching torpedoes at unsuspecting ships, shooting down planes and bombers with anti-aircraft guns or surviving depth charges dropped by deadly Destroyers.
With realistic UI and sound effects, the game is designed to be a true immersive experience for both adults and children. The game’s trailer also reveals a variety of features such as multiple interfaces, pilotable drones and a dynamic periscope that can be used by players to observe and aim at targets.
2. Submarine Simulator
This submarine war simulation game from DOF Robotics takes you on a thrilling underwater voyage as a member of the crew. It promises multiple interfaces modeled on real ones and a VR Submarine multiplayer experience where you’ll coordinate with other players from around the world.
In the single player campaign you’ll manage morale on board the sub while keeping the nuclear reactor safe. You’ll also have to deal with food supplies, weapons, and other technical matters. The first trailer for the game shows the submarine moving through narrow corridors, launching torpedoes, and battling sea monsters.
You can use the periscope to keep an eye on enemy ships and other subs, but you’ll also have to get close enough to fire your deck gun at them. Getting away afterward can be a bit challenging, as ships in pursuit will constantly ping with sonar, making it difficult to avoid them.
UBOAT: The Silent Wolf is a new submarine simulator for Meta Quest and PC VR that will take you back to World War II. It will feature US subs in the Pacific and German U-boats in the Atlantic, with plenty of action to keep you occupied. It will also have a campaign mode with a story, as well as multiplayer battles for up to four players. The game is coming “soon” for Meta Quest, Meta Quest 2 and Quest Pro, as well as Steam for PC VR.
3. UBOAT: The Silent Wolf
If you like submarine simulators and World War II, you’ll love UBOAT: The Silent Wolf, a new VR game from Polish developer Titan Gamez that transports you to the underwater frontlines of the biggest armed conflict in history. Whether you play as a brave lone warrior in the singleplayer STORY CAMPAIGN or team up with up to four friends in COOPERATIVE mode, you’ll feel the full force of the battles on the sea. Observe enemy units through the periscope, set up ambushes and show off your abilities on dangerous sea battlefields.
The trailer of this upcoming release shows the interiors of your submarine, including old-time WW2 dials, wheels and switches that you have to manipulate with your actual hands. You’ll sometimes find yourself frantically pressing buttons after a plane attacks you, and other times with cold calculation as you line the crosshairs of your periscope over an unsuspecting enemy ship.
Besides combat, you’ll also have to take care of the submarine, which includes refueling and checking its condition regularly. This way, you’ll be ready for any situation. The game is set to launch on Meta Quest 2 and PC VR soon, with more platforms to be announced in the future. You can check out the official website for more information about this upcoming title.
4. Submarine Discovery Center
Immerse yourself in the world of submarines with this VR experience that allows you to explore a virtual replica of a Toti S506 submersible. Climb aboard the submarine, and enjoy a range of activities that include an underwater adventure, a shooter game, and other immersive VR experiences.
Featuring immersive 3D VR experience, a tour of the submarine and an underwater shooting game. The submarine ouble VR 360 Motion Chair can hold up to 4 players, and the experience is suitable for people of all ages. It also provides a fun learning opportunity for students and children.
The Carnegie Museum of Natural History has an impressive collection of ocean-related artifacts, including the famous USS Requin submarine, a WWII Navy veteran that was transferred to the museum in 1990. Visitors can step aboard the submarine for a firsthand look at what it was like to serve in the Navy during that time period.
Director Richard Ayoade aspires to a hipness that might make you squirm with some flashy gimmickry, but Submarine’s own specific miseries and darkly funny vibe ultimately prevail. His misfit hero is a delight to watch, and Ayoade’s cast is solid. Especially strong is Sally Hawkins and Noah Taylor as his parents, whose disintegrating marriage provides the film with its combustible dramatic tension. Paddy Considine’s mullet-crested bullshit guru is a worthy adversary, too.