Oculus Touch will launch with more than 30 full, made-for-VR games later this year, including 20 brand-new titles that are designed around the immersive sense of hand presence you can only get with Touch.
Launch titles include Oculus Studios games like Insomniac’s Unspoken, Dead & Buried, Rock Band VR from Harmonix, VR Sports Challenge by Sanzaru, Crytek’s The Climb (now Touch enabled), as well as independent games like Serious Sam VR: The Last Hope by Croteam, Pro Fishing Challenge VR by Opus, I Expect You to Die by Schell Games, Luna by Funomena,Giant Cop by Other Ocean, Job Simulator by Owlchemy Labs, and Fantastic Contraption by Northway Games. Oculus Medium will also ship with Touch, which brings the tactile satisfaction of sculpting into the world of VR.
Cast spells and unleash magic from your fingertips. Open doors, pick locks, and pull triggers like you’re really there. Give your friend a “thumbs up” in VR. This is the power of hand presence with Touch.
This is just the beginning—there are hundreds of additional Touch titles in development, and we’ll share the full Touch lineup and launch details later this fall. Here’s a fun preview of a few Touch games coming to Oculus:
Introducing four all-new Touch games
Today we’re happy to reveal four new Touch games that will launch first on Oculus.
Coming in 2017, Wilson’s Heart by Oculus Studios and Twisted Pixel is a psychological thriller with a one-of-a-kind visual and narrative style. It takes full advantage of the natural hand gestures made possible by Touch to let you fully examine and interact with your surroundings in the virtual world. You become Robert Wilson, a patient who wakes up to discover that his heart has been replaced with a mysterious device.
Check out the trailer from Twisted Pixel here:
Ripcoil by Oculus Studios and Sanzaru Games lets you enter a futuristic player vs. player arena where you can launch, catch, and punch a speeding Ripcoil disc. Control your body and hands in a way that’s only possible with Touch.
In Killing Floor: Incursion, a cooperative VR shooter from Tripwire Interactive, you take on the role of an elite soldier tasked with eliminating hordes of sci-fi monsters with guns, blades, and more. This Touch-enabled take on the well-known Killing Floor universe will take you to diverse environments and force you to scavenge for survival as you face an unrelenting onslaught of monsters.
Here’s a first look at Killing Floor: Incursion:
Superhot is an over-the-top, stylistic FPS that blurs the lines between cautious strategy and unbridled mayhem. Time only moves when you move, creating a unique bullet ballet that is brought to life with Touch. Your every gesture and movement lets you dodge bullets, disarm enemies, and return fire in a way that has yet to be experienced in gaming.
Get a glimpse of the future in this first trailer for Superhot VR:
Hands on with 11 Rift games at E3
Developers continue pushing the boundaries of VR game development and design at an incredible pace—and we’re excited to share a few of their genre-pushing games at E3. Feral Rites, the action brawler from Insomniac will be playable for the first time; Ubisoft’s Eagle Flight will show off its latest soaring gameplay; and High Voltage Software’s Damaged Corewill preview all-new levels.
Fans of Crytek’s The Climb will also discover what it’s like to cling to a cliff face with Touch, a free update for game owners available at Touch launch, which augments the highly lauded gamepad control scheme already available in the Oculus Store.
Be sure to check out the Oculus Facebook page throughout E3, where attendees and special guests will livestream gameplay from Dead & Buried, Ripcoil, The Unspoken, and Oculus Medium.
Over 300 VR Apps on Oculus Store for Gear VR
We’ll also feature the latest games for Gear VR at E3. Today there are more than 300 games and apps available in the Oculus Store for Gear VR, and at E3 you’ll get a preview of upcoming titles like the medieval action-strategy CastleStorm VR and zombie action shooterDrop Dead.