The 30 games unveiled by the company includes ADR1FT, Adventure Time, AirMech: Command, Albino Lullaby, Audio Arena, Project CARS, Chronos, Darknet, Dead Secret, Defense Grid 2, Dreadhalls, Elite Dangerous, Esper 2, EVE Valkyrie Founder’s Pack, Fly to Kuma, EVE Gunjack, Herobound SC, Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes, Lucky’s Tale, Omega Agent, Redial G, Rooms, Shufflepuck Cantina Deluxe VR, Smashing the Batle, Vanishing of Ethan Carter, Vektron Revenge, VR Tennis Online, Pinball FX2 VR, BlazeRush, and Windlands.
Oculus wrote in their blogpost, “”These games take you to the outer reaches of space, mysterious labyrinths of wonder, and fantastic worlds of adventure. And they’re just the beginning. We’re working with thousands of developers on entirely new VR experiences. There are over a hundred more games coming to Oculus this year.”
Oculus also introduced a new feature called the new Oculus Home on Rift. The blog post explained, “We designed Home from the ground up for VR, and it’s evolved significantly since its launch on Gear VR. Home is the best way to explore your library, discover new content, and connect with friends in VR,” the company further added,”You’ll also be able to explore the platform from the Oculus desktop app. The app lets you customize your Rift and easily browse the latest content in the Oculus Store.”
The Oculus Rift VR is priced at $599 (approx Rs. 40,000) and will begin shipping on March 28. For now enjoy this amazing mashup from Oculus, of all the 30 games.
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