Oculus VR is yet to come out and reveal the entire line-up of content that will be available on the first day of shipping for the Oculus Rift virtual reality (VR) head-mounted display (HMD). There are a handful of confirmed titles such as Three One Zero’s ADR1FT, but many developers are still yet to completely confirm that they will be there on day one. Ahead of a full reveal of any such line-up, Oculus Rift creator Palmer Luckey has been quizzing fans on the interest of Oculus VR offering a bundle with all of the Oculus Rift’s launch videogames.
Luckey asked as much in a recent Twitter poll, though noted that there were ‘no promises’ as to if such a bundle would actually happen. “No promises, but want to get feedback: Who would be interested in buying a bundle of all the Rift launch titles?” he asked, with the options ‘Interested’, ‘Not Interested’ and, of course, ‘Joke Answer’ all listed. At the time of writing the answers for ‘Interested’ dramatically overshadow the other options with 65%, while the ‘Not Interested’ camp rests at 17%.
The Oculus Rift will be launching on 28th March 2016, and can be pre-ordered now for $599 USD. Those that do pre-order will be getting a free copy of CCP Games’ anticipated multiplayer space shooter, EVE: Valkyrie for free, while everyone that picks up a unit regardless of pre-order status will also get Lucky’s Tale from Playful. The kit also includes an Xbox One gamepad, the wireless adapter needed to connect it to a PC, and the Oculus Remote for fast, simple navigation around VR menus etc.
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