Oculus has revealed the full list of 30 playable titles available for the Rift when it launches March 28th.
The list (pictured below) includes some previously announced, with a handful of surprises. The Astronauts, The Vanishing of Ethan Carter and Project Cars are virtual reality versions of the same games that have launched before.
To make things easy, Oculus has noted the “comfort” levels of each launch game, to warn players concerned about motion sickness.
There are 3 comfort levels, starting with “comfortable”, to “moderate”, with “intense” signifying a higher likeliness of motion sickness or dizziness. The games labeled “intense” seem to predominantly first-person, such as Project Cars and Elite Dangerous: Deluxe Edition. While more casual games with much less movement involved are considered “comfortable”, such as Pinball FX2 VR.
Another handy inclusion in the list is the price points for each title. Prices range from the cheapest game Adventure Time: Magic Man’s Head Games for $4.99 to AAA titles like Elite Dangerous: Deluxe Edition for $59.99 and everything in between. The list also notes if the game is bundled with the hardware, as is Lucky’s Tale, or free-to-play like Dragon’s Front.
Although Oculus showed off 41 games at this year’s GDC, only 30 will be available at launch. Notable games on the horizon include Rock Band VR and Insomniac’s Edge of Nowhere.
Justin is the very definition of an aggressively average gamer. He will only settle differences by means of children’s card games or 1v1s on Howling Abyss.