Yesterday saw an incredible amount of news come out concerning Oculus, with the Oculus Touch controllers in particular, mostly regarding the release date and what titles are going to be available for it at its launch. Although this potentially won’t be ready for the launch of the Touch controllers, New Retro Arcade: Neon has now announced the development support for the new controllers.
There wasn’t much said as the picture posted on the update was enough to be said, but the Community Manager of Digital CyberCherries wrote: “You asked and we listened. It’s official. Oculus Touch support is in the works!” The picture, which is below, shows four sets of Oculus Rifts along with Oculus Touch controllers, all in their slick black packaging.
New Retro Arcade: Neon came out for the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive in August this year where you can play 10 minigames in total to be exact, including the classic arcade machines, bowling, watching movies, and generally hanging out in the neon aesthetic area.
The title has reduced in price since its launch, going down from £19.99 (GBP) to £14.99, but the price for the soundtrack has gone up from £6.29 to £6.99.
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