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This week, we released a bunch of titles and updates across the Oculus Platform. Here’s a rundown of the highlights:
This narrative-driven, single-player stealth exploration experience takes place during the events of Westworld season 2. Play the game from Kate’s POV and undergo a journey of self-discovery to survive the dangerous underworld where you can’t trust anyone.
Using a cutting-edge VR filming technique, this narrative explores the different facets of grief, love, and loss as a family deals with the death of their young child.
The Tower 2
Run, swing, and glide through a dystopian world infested with machines as you make your way to the last rescue shuttle. Master multiple movement challenges and join the virtual parkour league to show your friends who’s boss.
Explore a gamified approach to learning computer science in this immersive VR experience designed to help you grow your skills through fun puzzles and an epic quest across an alien planet.
Previously available on Oculus Go, this live entertainment experience lets you transport yourself anywhere in VR to catch your favorite band perform live. Jump up onstage, be an audience, or experience the full VIP treatment with an all-access pass.
Previously available on the Rift Platform, Oculus Go, and Gear VR, Star Chart is your personal planetarium come to life. Explore the Solar System, view constellations and meteor showers, and hold planets in the palm of your hand.
Squawk’s Journey VR
Learn about the importance of protecting New Zealand’s native birds from extinction in this educational experience that shows you how to install special traps to help rid forests of introduced pests that are destructive to the birds’ ecosystem.
Visit the Oculus Store on Oculus Quest, the Rift Platform, Go, and Gear VR for even more immersive content and some weekend flash sales. Huge congrats to Wolves in the Walls: It’s All Over, which just won an Emmy for Outstanding Innovation in Interactive Media. This marks our fifth Emmy for a supported project, which includes Henry, Follow My Lead, The People’s House, and Zero Days VR. Make sure to check out those titles to check out award-winning storytelling in VR.
Looking to get lost in a new world? Check out our Fantasy Finds Collection, which will take you to on incredible quests in magical spaces. We’ll see you next week for a new batch of releases!