Oculus has confirmed the 30 games that will launch with its Oculus Rift virtual reality headset later this month.
Announcing the games at the on-going GDC, Oculus also revealed the pricing and “comfort” level of each titles. They launch lineup is as follows:
Game Title – Comfort – Price
- Adr1ft Intense $19.99
- Adventure Time: Magic Man’s Head Games Moderate $4.99
- AirMech: Command Comfortable $39.99
- Albino Lullaby Intense $9.99
- Audio Arena Comfortable $9.99
- BlazeRush Moderate Not Announced
- Chronos Comfortable $49.99
- Darknet Comfortable $9.99
- Dead Secret Comfortable $14.99
- Defense Grid 2: Enhanced VR Edition Comfortable $29.99
- Dreadhalls Intense $9.99
- Elite Dangerous: Deluxe Edition Intense $59.99
- Esper 2 Comfortable $9.99
- EVE Valkyrie Founder’s Pack Intense $59.99
- Fly to Kuma Comfortable $14.99
- EVE Gunjack Moderate $9.99
- Herobound SC Comfortable $9.99
- Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes Comfortable $14.99
- Lucky’s Tale Moderate BUNDLED
- Omega Agent Intense $14.99
- Pinball FX2 VR Comfortable $14.99
- Project CARS Intense $49.99
- Radial G Intense $24.99
- Rooms Comfortable $14.99
- Shufflepuck Cantina Deluxe VR Comfortable $9.99
- Smashing the Battle Moderate $19.99
- Vanishing of Ethan Carter Intense Not Announced
- Vektron Revenge Moderate $9.99
- VR Tennis Online Moderate $24.99
- Windlands Intense $19.99
Other games confirmed for the launch window include The Climb (Moderate comfort, $49.99), Dragon Front (Comfortable, free to play), Eagle Flight (Moderate comfort), and Edge of Nowhere. Each of these games will be available in the spring, and The Climb is specifically targeting an April launch.
The Oculus Rift is set for release on March 28th for $600 with orders being met as supply allows. A powerful computer is also needed to run the headset.
Yesterday at GDC, Sony announced that its own VR headset, PlayStation VR, will go on sale in October cost $400. A bundle including the PlayStation Camera and PlayStation Move controllers will also be made available.
Oculus founder Palmer Luckey has said PS VR’s price is “totally fair” but noted that Sony and Oculus are competing for different segments of the market.
For its part, Sony has confirmed that every PS VR it sells will make a profit.