According to an official blog post, Oculus has unveiled the 30 launch titles that will be available for their Oculus Rift VR headset.

Launching March 28, the VR headset now has an official listing of games you’ll be able to play once you’ve gotten it all set up. The variety of titles range in price between $4.99 – $59.99 depending on how expansive each game is.

The confirmed list can be seen below, however, the also showed that the developers will be introducing a new rating scale to inform players how intense the experience will be. There are three different ratings which are described as Comfortable, Moderate and Intense.

  • ADR1FT – $19.99
  • Adventure Time: Magic Man’s Head Games – $4.99
  • AirMech: Command – $39.99
  • Albino Lullaby – $9.99
  • Audio Arena – $9.99
  • Chronos – $49.99
  • Darknet – $9.99
  • Dead Secret – $14.99
  • Defense Grid 2 Enhanced VR Edition – $29.99
  • Dreadhalls – $9.99
  • Elite Dangerous: Deluxe Edition – $59.99
  • Esper 2 – $9.99
  • EVE Valkyrie Founder’s Pack – $59.99
  • Fly to KUMA – $14.99
  • EVE Gunjack – $9.99
  • Herobound SC – $9.99
  • Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes – $14.99
  • Lucky’s Tale – Bundled
  • Omega Agent – $14.99
  • Project CARS – $49.99
  • Radial G – $24.99
  • Rooms – $14.99
  • Shufflepuck Cantina Deluxe VR – $9.99
  • Smashing The Battle – $19.99
  • Vanishing of Ethan Carter – TBA
  • Vektron Revenge – $9.99
  • VR Tennis Online – $24.99
  • Pinball FX2 VR – $14.99
  • BlazeRush – TBA
  • Windlands – $19.99

An expanded list below includes games that currently have no release date, such as Ubisoft’s Eagle Flight and Rock Band VR. Gamers will access these and future titles through the Rift’s VR home area, which is said to be an enhanced version of the home area featured in Gear VR headsets.

The Oculus Rift VR headset, as well as the 30 launch titles, will be released on March 28. The headset itself can be pre-ordered separately today from their website for $599.

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