Things have slowed down a bit for PlayStation VR since it came out in October, but they may pick up again now that Farpoint is near(point). The sci-fi shooter was built from the ground up as a complete game experience for PSVR - not an extra option, like Resident Evil 7's VR experience, or a fairly small side game, like Until Dawn: Rush of Blood.
Farpoint tells the story of a pair of scientists stranded on a distant world infested by giant alien bugs (like most distant worlds) and if anything is going to kickstart the PSVR's momentum again, it's this. Take a look.
Yeah, the story trailer could have a stronger start. The facial animations are a bit, er, Andromeda-y in spots.
But it quickly gets into the good bits, which are, respectively:
1) Exploring alien worlds like you're actually there
2) Shooting bugs and robots like they're actually there
Playing Farpoint with the PS VR Aim Controller, which is like an all-in-one lightgun buddy for FPS VR games, sounds like a treat. Hopefully it's exactly the kind of "can't get this anywhere else" experience that PS VR needs to get rolling again after a quiet few months. You can pick Farpoint up starting on May 16 in the US and the day after in the UK.