In the run up to the release of the highly anticipated Oculus Go standalone all-in-one virtual reality (VR) head-mounted display (HMD), Oculus confirmed a number of titles that will be part of the launch content for the platform.
The Oculus Go HMD will provide users with a chance to experience stunning and immersive content all without the need for a mobile device or computer. With the all-in-one design offering three degrees of freedom (3DoF) along with an orientation-tracked controller, the Oculus Go will be a lightweight and portable solution for those wanting to experience VR.
Settlers of Catan (Catan VR) will be a launch title for Oculus Go offering players a chance to enjoy the hugely successful board game of the same name. Released today for the Oculus Rift and Samsung Gear VR, the Oculus Go release will be cross-play compatible with the other versions allowing players to come together and play regardless of the platform of their choice.
Anshar Online, the next evolution of the popular VR franchise, Anshar Wars, will bring a rich single-player campaign to Oculus Go that can be enjoyed alone or with friends. The massive multiplayer online (MMO) space shooter where six players will be able to seamless play cross-device with Oculus Go, Samsung Gear VR and Oculus Rift.
They Suspect Nothing invites players to complete a series of bizarre tasks, tests and puzzles to prove they are not human. Featuring over 20 mini-games, with downloadable content available as well, across a number of levels. Players must do everything they can to ensure they the robots suspect nothing and make it through the challenges.
Lastly from developer Owlchemy Labs, creators of the popular Job Simulator, will be the follow-up title Vacation Simulator. In a similar vain to Job Simulator, players will be able to join computerized companions beach-side for some virtual relaxation.
The Game Developer Conference is running all week and VRFocus will be sure to bring you all the latest from the show throughout the week.
Update: This article initially stated that all items were also coming to Samsung Gear VR, Oculus’ PR has now corrected a previous statement and we can confirm this is not the case for Vacation Simulator which is coming to the Oculus Rift. VRFocus apologises for this issue.