This week, we released a bunch of titles and updates across the Oculus Platform. Here’s a rundown of the highlights:
Stones of Harlath
Stones of Harlath is a VR first person adventure game. Shipwrecked on the small island of Harlath, players will explore a mysterious island, adventure in many dungeons, wield swords and shields, cast powerful magic by drawing runes with their controller, and ultimately discover the nature of the curse that looms over the island.
Warhammer 40,000: Battle Sister - Rift Release and “Heart of Dread” Update
Warhammer Skulls (formerly Skulls for the Skull Throne) is a celebration of all things Warhammer and video games, and this year we’re celebrating along with everyone else. Warhammer 40,000: Battle Sister is out on the Rift Platform now, and it’s on sale (on both Rift and Quest) through June 10 at 10AM PDT. There’s also a brand new co-op map, “Heart of Dread.” Set deep within a Chaos Space vessel, you’ll fend off wave after wave of foes—and claim their skulls, of course. Wishing you a happy Skulls festival, one and all.
Perfect For: Fans of Warhammer 40,000, Death Horizon: Reloaded, and Cosmodread
Developer: Pixel Toys
Available On: Oculus Quest Platform // Rift Platform
More Info: “Celebrate the Warhammer Skulls festival with a ‘Warhammer 40,000: Battle Sister’ Sale, New Map, and a Rift Release”
Cubism - The Localization Update
Cubism is now fully playable in English, French, German, Spanish, Japanese, Korean, and Simplified Chinese. For the polyglots among you, be sure to check out the custom playable title puzzle in Japanese, Korean, and Simplified Chinese!