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Oculus Rift to get more than 100 games by the end of 2016

Oculus VR founder Palmer Luckey has revealed the Oculus Rift is due to get more than 100 games by the end of 2016.

Speaking during an Ask Me Anything session on Reddit, Luckey responded to a question on the number of games that will launch for the Rift this year.

“At least 100 – more than 20 Oculus Studios titles, many more third-party titles.”

Anyone who pre-orders the Oculus Rift receives two games for free – Lucky’s Tale and EVE: Valkyrie.

Others have also already been confirmed over the past year, including Edge of Nowhere from Insomniac Games and RPG title Chronos from Gunfire Games.

Related: Oculus Rift vs HTC Vive

The Oculus Rift is now available to pre-order for £499. For this price, you get the Oculus Rift itself, an Xbox One controller, Oculus Remote and a sensor. Plus the two games, of course.

Those who pre-order won’t be required to pay anything until the headset starts shipping. The launch batch of headsets that start shipping in March have already sold out, with the next batches supposedly shipping in April and May.


Let us know what games you’d like to play on Oculus Rift in the comments below.

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