Oculus Quest, the upcoming standalone VR headset from Facebook-owned Oculus, is still poised to arrive later this Spring. Previously, titles like Moss, Vader Immortal, and The Climb had been confirmed for the system, and Oculus decided to reveal a slew of new titles coming to the system today in a new blog post. These titles range from fan favorites like Superhot to new games like Dance Central.
Superhot VR has been available on the Oculus Rift since 2016 and is still considered by many to be one of the best VR games out there, so it makes sense that it would on Oculus Quest at launch. If you don’t know how this game works, it is a first person shooter where time only moves when the player moves. This adds a layer of strategic planning and puzzle solving into the mix that helps the game stand out. You can check out DualShockers extended thoughts on the VR version of the game in our own review.
A VR version of Dance Central was also announced by Harmonix as part of this update today. While Dance Central will also be available on the Oculus Rift, the lack of any cords with Oculus Quest may make it the superior version when it comes to the fluid movement allowed. You can see the VR version of Dance Central in action below.
While those are the two most notable titles to have just been revealed for the Oculus Quest, a few more titles were also included in this hefty announcement. Coatsink will be bringing its new Sir Patrick Stewart narrated puzzle game Shadow Point to Oculus Quest, Dead and Buried II is coming with cross-platform play, and the complete version of Space Pirate Trainer will be available on Oculus Quest as well.
You can check out a sizzle reel showing a lot of the game that will be coming to the Oculus Quest below. Oculus Quest is still set to launch sometime this Spring.
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