Oculus VR releases 30 game titles ahead of March 28 Rift launch

So far there are 30 Oculus Rift titles at launch, but the company said to expect more apps and videos to come out in the run up to release day.

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The March 28 launch of Oculus Rift is almost upon us, and today the company released the first official list of games users can expect to play on the virtual reality headset.

So far there are 30 Oculus Rift titles at launch, but the company said to expect more apps and video experiences to come out in the run up to release day:

  • Adventure Time: Magic Man's Head Games: $4.99
  • EVE Gunjack: $9.99
  • Herobound SC: $9.99
  • Albino Lullaby:$9.99
  • Audio Arena:$9.99
  • Darknet: $9.99
  • Dreadhalls: $9.99
  • Vektron Revenge: $9.99
  • Shufflepuck Cantina Deluxe VR: $9.99
  • Esper 2: $9.99
  • Dead Secret: $14.99
  • Rooms: $14.99
  • Pinball FX2 VR: $14.99
  • Fly to KUMA: $14.99
  • Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes: $14.99
  • Omega Agent: $14.99
  • Windlands: $19.99
  • Adrift: $19.99
  • Smashing the Battle: $19.99
  • VR Tennis Online: $24.99
  • Radial G: $24.99
  • Defense Grid 2 Enhanced VR Edition: $29.99
  • AirMech: Command: $39.99
  • Project CARS: $49.99
  • Chronos: $49.99
  • Elite Dangerous: Deluxe Edition: $59.99
  • EVE Valkyrie Founder's Pack:$59.99
  • Lucky's Tale: Bundled
  • The Vanishing of Ethan Carter: Price not announced
  • BlazeRush:Price not announced

"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," Oculus wrote in a blog post. "We're working with thousands of developers on entirely new VR experiences. There are over a hundred more games coming to Oculus this year."

The Facebook-owned company also gave the first look of the newly redesigned Oculus Home on Rift, which basically serves as the control center where users can access their game library, buy new games through the Oculus store, and connect with friends through the VR platform's new social features.

Announced last week, Oculus Social will enable users to create a profile, search for friends, and rank VR apps on the Oculus Store. The platform will also allow users to watch Twitch or Vimeo streams from a private "room".