The best fighting games on Oculus 2

It’s one thing to play fighting games with a controller. Playing fighting games in virtual reality is a much more immersive experience. That’s what the Oculus Quest 2 enables. You can put on the VR headset, grab the controls, and punch and kick your way to victory.

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There are various fighting games available on the Oculus Quest 2. You can fight with your fists, random objects in your vicinity, or your standard brutality weapons. Just make sure no one else is walking around while you’re playing. You don’t want to accidentally catch a brother while dominating the fights in these games.



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The player knocks out an opponent in Knockout League.

Knockout League is an arcade-style boxing game with Oculus Cross-Buy enabled. That means if you bought it on Quest, you can have it when you upgrade to Quest 2 without having to buy it again. The game was built from the ground up for virtual reality.

You can dodge and move around the ring with your body, and it doesn’t require button input for your punches. Instead you just walk away and box like a real boxer. However, the opposition will notice and block you if you continue with the same old strike. Head over to their extensive training section to learn how to VR box like a pro in Knockout League.

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Two gladiators attack the player with maces on Gorn.

Gorn is a gladiator fighting game. It is extremely violent with its physics driven combat engine and wide variety of weapons. However, you don’t have to use any of the weapons. You can take on the other gladiators with your bare hands for a true fighting experience.

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The developers claim that the only limit to the destruction you can cause is your imagination. You can take on multiple opponents at once or fight in a one-on-one scenario to see who makes it out alive. This is an Oculus Quest 2 title that will test your might and tire your mind.

5 Sword and Sorcery: Nomad

The player fights an enemy with a sword and shield in Blade And Sorcery: Nomad.

The Blade and Sorcery series is known for its amazing battles and modding capabilities. Nomad’s entry in the series for the Oculus Quest 2 has it all. It’s a medieval fantasy sandbox, but you can mod boxing gloves, lightsabers, and super powers. There’s even magic right out of the box.

Of course, you don’t have to use any weapons at all. You can punch and kick with your full body weight if that is how you choose to fight. The hits you land will only damage enemies in the game as much as they would in real life.

4 the thrill of the fight

The player raises the gloves to block the opponent's blows in The Thrill Of The Fight.

The thrill of fighting in Oculus Quest 2 prides itself on its realism. It requires a room size of six and a half feet by six and a half feet. That will give you room to move as if you were in a real boxing ring. Once you’ve secured the area to play, you’ll be up against some truly authentic boxers who will give you a tough challenge.

Each boxer has their own style and techniques for you to beat. You’ll need to block blows, evade tedders, and land punishing blows as you battle against the best in the virtual gym. The Thrill of the Fight will test your VR boxing skills.

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A long-haired rocker in Path Of The Warrior attacks with a steel chair.

Set in Rage City, Path of the Warrior harnesses the power of fighting games of the past. Imagine Streets of Rage went up a notch and became a first-person 3D VR title for the Oculus Quest 2. It’s a tribute to the classics and you’ll have fun playing it.

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Path of the Warrior’s story sees formerly warring local gangs join forces under a new boss. The city is invaded by thugs, and you have to stop them. There are weapons available, but nothing beats a good punch to the face. Unless you feel like grabbing your enemies to bash their heads into a jukebox, it’s too good to pass up.

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A customer falls to the ground with pool cues in Drunken Bar Fight.

Drunken Bar Fight is exactly what the title implies. It’s an absolutely dumb game, but it’s become extremely popular. If you have an Oculus Quest 2, you’ll want to get Drunken Bar Fight when you just want to hit a few people. That is the premise of the game.

With post-launch updates, you don’t even have to fight in a bar anymore. You can crash a wedding, fight in a police station, or even start a fight in a dark alley. Use bar stools, bottles, or your fists to fight strangers. You can even play with three others in the game’s cooperative mode to team up and become the king of bar fights.

1 Creed: Ascent to Glory

The player delivers a devastating blow to his opponent in Creed: Rise To Glory.

Creed: Rise to Glory is the way to go if you want disciplined, realistic fights on your Oculus Quest 2. Based on the popular film series that spun off the iconic Rocky, you take on the role of an aspiring boxer. Under the tutelage of Rocky Balboa, you will train for fights with a variety of opponents.

You will have to rank up by defeating new and old enemies. Go from the streets and the gym to stadiums packed with fans chanting for a knockout. Creed: Rise to Glory is one of the best boxing games ever made and is hands down the best VR fighting title for the Oculus Quest 2.

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