Releases Recap: March 28 – April 1

Oculus Blog
April 2, 2022

This week, we released a bunch of titles and updates across the Quest and Rift Platforms. Here’s a rundown of the highlights:

Beat Saber x Fall Out Boy
The Beat Saber stage is about to light up like never before. This week, the hit VR rhythm game and rock icons Fall Out Boy put out a Music Pack featuring eight of the band’s head-banging anthems including “Centuries,” “Thanks fr th Mmrs,” “Dance, Dance,” and others, playable in stadium-themed levels with pyrotechnics—a first for Beat Saber. The Fall Out Boy Music Pack is available now on the Quest and Rift Platforms for $10.99 USD or $1.99 USD per song.

Perfect For: Fans of Pistol Whip, Audio Trip, and Synth Riders
Developer: Beat Games
Available On: Quest Platform // Rift Platform
More Info: Fall Out Boy Brings the Fire to 'Beat Saber' With New Music Pack Launching March 31

Cosmonious High
Cosmonious High is the latest game from Owlchemy Labs, developer of the acclaimed (and extremely funny) robot-museums, Job Simulator and Vacation Simulator. Robots are so 2019 though. This time you’re a Prismi, an alien who can control water, fire, wind, crystals, and more. Take classes at the titular Cosmonious High, make friends, and try not to get involved in any high school drama. Easier said than done, right?

Perfect For: Fans of Job Simulator, Vacation Simulator, and Tentacular
Developer: Owlchemy Labs
Available On: Quest 2
More Info: Star Student: Owlchemy's Super-Powered School Sim 'Cosmonious High' is Out Now on Quest 2

Whether you’re an architect or a video game level designer, Arkio may be just the tool you’re looking for. Design interiors, buildings, virtual spaces or game environments—and even mix realities using Passthrough on Quest. You can start from scratch or import your own 3D models and scenes from Unity, Rhino, Sketchup, and Revit, sketch on top of them, and then export your work back. Experimental hand tracking means you can use your own hands instead of controllers as you work with a selection of eight easy-to-use volumetric modeling tools. Originally released via App Lab, Arkio is now available on the Quest Store.

Perfect For: Fans of SculptrVR, Gravity Sketch, and Vermillion
Developer: Arkio
Available On: Quest Platform
More Info: Get Hands On With Spatial Design Tool Arkio, Now Available on the Quest Platform

Garden of the Sea - Collection Update
Garden of the Sea’s Collection Update is out now! This patch focuses on the menu book, allowing you to keep track of all the recipes you've collected. Recipes can be collected and added to a special page in the menu book by grabbing them, and animals can be unlocked and featured in the menu book as well by taking a photo of them. That, plus various bug fixes and improvements.

Perfect For: Fans of A Township Tale, Morels: Homestead, and HouseFlipper VR
Developer: Neat Corporation
Available On: Quest 2

Puzzling Places - Monthly Puzzle Pack #1
Introducing Monthly Pack #1! This is the very first monthly puzzle pack for Puzzling Places, which includes six new puzzles from all around the world. It’s available now through the in-game store for $5, and includes a Baltimore fire station, a French glacier, a cathedral in Florence, an Ursus C360 Tractor, a blue-tiled bench in Portugal, and a sauna in Latvia. Moving forward, every month, Puzzling Places will release a Monthly Puzzle Pack which will include 4-6 puzzles while at the same time, working on special Premium Puzzle Packs that push the boundaries of the game. For more details, check out the announcement post.

Perfect For: Fans of Cubism, Gravity Lab, and Rainbow Reactor: Fusion
Available On: Quest Platform

Visit the Store on the Quest and Rift Platforms for even more immersive content. We’ll see you back here next week for another batch of releases.