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Here are the first 30 Google Daydream VR gaming experiences

The Google Daydream View VR headset goes on sale next month and it appears there’ll be no shortage of experiences for early adopters to sample via their Pixel phone.

Google has revealed the first 30 titles that’ll be available to those looking to make the step up from Google Cardboard or embrace VR for the first time.

Related: Google Daydream VR: Eyes-on

Those games and experiences, some of which were mentioned at the Made by Google event, are as follows (via Neowin):

  • Wonderglade – Resolution Games
  • Fantastic Beasts – Warner Bros/Frame Store
  • Danger Goat
  • Gunjack 2: End of Shift – CCP Games
  • EarthShape – Bithell Games
  • Mekorama
  • Need for Speed: No Limits – EA
  • Hungry Shark World – Future Games of London
  • Hunters Gate – Climax Studios
  • Action Bowling – Atomic Bullfrog
  • VR Karts Sprint – Viewpoint Games
  • The Arcslinger
  • Home Run Derby
  • Archer E. Bowman – voidAlpha
  • Underworld Overlord – Otherside Entertainment
  • Affected: The Manor – Fallen Planet Studios
  • Cosmic Chef
  • Daydream Blue – RalphVR
  • DRIFT – SharpSense
  • Classroom Aquatic – Sunken Places
  • Claro
  • Layers of Fear
  • Loco Motors
  • Poly Runner – Lucid Sight
  • Frostbound – Schell Games
  • Sisters – Otherworld Interactive
  • Avakin Life
  • Baskhead – VRLines
  • Orbital Loop
  • Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes – Steel Crate Games

Beyond that, Google also details media partners like the New York Times, WSJ, USA Today, CNN and The Guardian.

In terms of personal cinema-style apps, YouTube, Hulu, Google Play Movies, HBO Now and Netflix will all be available.

Will you be buying up a Pixel phone and a Daydream headset or will you wait for more Daydream-ready headsets to become available? Share your thoughts below.
 
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