Oculus and new content in virtual reality

Along with its new virtual reality headset, Oculus is taking advantage of its upcoming launch in Japan to announce a host of content including a bunch of Japanese titles that should delight fans of video games.

While Oculus took advantage of Facebook Connect 2020 to announce its brand new virtual reality headset, the Oculus Quest 2 (to be discovered HERE), the American firm took the opportunity to announce new content to expand its offer and have a more serene launch around the Quest 2 when it becomes available next October. As you will notice, Oculus will soon be offering many Japanese licenses and there is a reason for that. Indeed, Oculus is coming to the Japanese market and as we know with video games in Japan, local games are needed!

Beat Saber x TinyTAN | BTS Music Pack:

Beat Saber x TinyTAN | BTS Music Pack:

We no longer present the musical game Beat Saber and we no longer present the group BTS. So, this is a new pack with no less than 12 songs from the band BTS coming soon. While the BTS pack is slated for November 2020, multiplayer is slated for October 13, 2020.

Kizuna AI – Touch the Beat! :

Kizuna AI - Touch the Beat! :

Another new music game, we have to believe that this is the style that allows you to better discover VR. It’s scheduled for October 13, 2020.

Little Witch Academia:

Little Witch Academia:

A sky racing game based on the anime of the same name, Little Witch Academia. The game includes no less than a dozen missions and races and a multiplayer mode. Released October 13, 2020.

POPULATION:

POPULATION:

ONE, BigBox VR: A battle royale in VR with for Principle a vertical combat system where it is possible to climb everywhere and in which it will be necessary to use the surrounding elements to be the best.

Rez Infinite:

Rez Infinite:

We no longer need to introduce Rez Infinite, it is a shooter mixed with psychedelic music whose mix allows for a very playful duet. There are some very popular tracks with renowned artists: Coldcut, Adam Freeland, Joujouka, Ken Ishii, Oval, EBZ and Keiichi Sugiyama (SEGA’s Wave Master), not to mention new audio tracks. Released October 13, 2020.

Space Channel 5:

Space Channel 5:

Ulala is back, not on Dreamcast but on Oculus’ VR machine. Yes, another music game where my rhythm will inevitably have its place, but also the different poses! Released October 13, 2020.

The Walking Dead:

The Walking Dead:

Saints & Sinners: Saints & Sinners is set in New Orleans and as you can imagine, you’ll have to survive by fighting the zombies but making the right choices around survival.

ALTDEUS: Beyond Chronos:

Oculus and new content in virtual reality

This is an adventure game with robots, pop music and emotion. We play as Chloe, a pilot who will have to deal with a hostile organism called Meteora. It is scheduled for December 3, 2020.

Warhammer 40,000:

Battle Sister: In this action game, you play as Sister Ophelia in search of her twin sister. Released on November 12, 2020.

Sniper Elite VR:

Oculus and new content in virtual reality

Join the Italian Resistance in the midst of World War II. And oh surprise, we are an elite sniper!

The Climb 2:

Oculus and new content in virtual reality

In partnership with Oculus, The Climb 2 to Quest 2 will feature new maps, new difficulties and new customizations.

Pistol Whip 2089:

Oculus and new content in virtual reality

An action and survival game against machines from the future with a full Campaign mode and music from Magic Sword, Processor, and more. Available at the end of the year.

Myst:

Oculus and new content in virtual reality

To put it simply, Myst in VR! It’s not just a laptop, but a whole new game with new puzzles, new graphics and new interactions. Released December 10, 2020.

Jurassic World Aftermath:

Oculus and new content in virtual reality

A VR adventure and survival game set in the Jurassic World universe. To you the meeting with all known dinosaurs.

Puzzle Bubble VR:

Oculus and new content in virtual reality

We no longer present this classic Taito which is well planned on the virtual reality platform of Facebook.

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