The Oculus Rift now has a complete lineup of 30 titles ready for launch on March 28.
While the list includes more than 30 upcoming titles, the launch titles come complete with a comfortability level rating as well as a price tag too. The costs run as low as $4.99 to as high as $59.99 with Lucky’s Tale being free and bundled with the headset.
A comfort rating has been attached to almost every game in the lineup, a rating that appears to be based on how much the camera in-game moves. According to Oli Welsh at Eurogamer, it sounds like most of the “Intense” games have first person perspectives that move and shake the camera a lot, like Adrift. “Moderate” games, like Smashing the battle, will move the camera slowly and not jerk the player around. “Comfortable games” games seem to stick to a third-person camera that moves very little and doesn’t make the player dizzy or nauseous, like AirMech Command.
The lineup looks pretty strong with a lot of variety for play and while most are not exclusively meant to be played with a VR headset, the Oculus hopes that its radically different perspective will help add something to the experience.