Oculus Rift will launch with 30 games on March 28

The Oculus Rift will officially be available in roughly two weeks, so today at the Game Developers Conference, the hardware maker announced the absolutely massive launch lineup for their virtual reality headset. Beginning March 28, 30 games will be available through the Oculus Store:

  • Adrift (Three One Zero)
  • Adventure Time (Turbo Button)
  • AirMech: Command (Carbon Games)
  • Albino Lullaby (Ape Law)
  • Audio Arena (Skydome Studios)
  • Project CARS (Slightly Mad Studios)
  • Chronos (Gunfire Games)
  • Darknet (E McNeil)
  • Dead Secret (Robot Invader)
  • Defense Grid 2 (Hidden Path Entertainment)
  • Dreadhalls (White Door Games)
  • Elite Dangerous (Frontier Developments)
  • Esper 2 (Coatsink)
  • Eve Valkyrie (CCP Games)
  • Fly to Kuma (COLOPL)
  • Eve Gunjack (CCP Games)
  • Herobound SC (Gunfire Games)
  • Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes (Steel Crate Games)
  • Lucky’s Tale (Playful)
  • Omega Agent (Fireproof Games)
  • Radial G (Tammeka Games)
  • Rooms (HandMade Game)
  • Shufflepuck Cantina Deluxe VR (Agharta Studio)
  • Smashing the Battle (One-Man Studios)
  • The Vanishing of Ethan Carter (The Astronauts)
  • Vektron Revenge (Ludovic Texier)
  • VR Tennis Online (COLOPL)
  • Pinball FX 2 VR (Zen Studios)
  • BlazeRush (Targem Games)
  • Windlands (Psytec Games)

If all that weren’t enough, Oculus also revealed the Oculus Home, a virtual living room that you’ll use to explore your library of VR content. More information about the Oculus Rift’s launch lineup and Oculus Home can be found at the Oculus Blog.

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