Oculus Quest Facebook game event: everything announced
The Oculus game showcase Wednesday, which revealed some of the games coming up this year. Many of them are sequels or episodic add-on content to existing games. There’s also Resident Evil 4. Want to know what’s been announced and don’t feel like waiting? Highlights and trailers are below.already : The parent company Facebook took a look at it with its first streaming
Resident Evil 4: This VR port of Resident Evil 4 was revealed last week, but more footage has been shown of how the game will actually feel. So far, it looks a lot like what you would expect: Resident Evil 4 on your face. As, it seems like a remarkably good transition. It’s even more impressive that it’s ported to the Oculus Quest 2, but it’s also Quest 2’s first exclusive game (it won’t play on the original Quest).
Star Wars: Tales from the Galaxy’s Edge, episode 2: ILMxLab’s crossover VR game, set in the world of Batuu, the planet Galaxy’s Edge in Disney Park,. The game only came with Episode 1, promising more episodes over time. The next episode seems to be almost here, but the story remains a mystery. The first episode was pretty awesome.
Star Wars Pinball VR: Zen Games’ set of eight VR pinball tables also includes VR mini-games and a whole Star Wars collectible with things to watch and play with, and there’s an exclusive Mandalorian pinball table making its debut. in the collection. It sounds more exciting than I expected. (It’s available April 29.)
Lonely Echo 2: A long-awaited zero-G adventure game is coming to the Oculus Rift platform on PC this summer, with the ability to connect a Quest to a PC to play. This looks like, but in VR.
I expect you to die 2: The escape room type spy puzzle game I Expect You To Die is one of the best VR games in Quest. The sequel (called The Spy and the Liar) has similar puzzle-solving games, it seems. It will be on Rift and Quest this year.
Carve Snowboard: From the makers of the classic Nintendo 64 game 1080 Snowboarding (!) Have a VR snowboarding game that is completely like 1080 Snowboarding in VR. There are rail grinds with a snowboard. There are caves. Why hasn’t anyone done it sooner?
Pistol whip: Smoke and thunder: The Pistol Whip rhythm game is getting a western-themed update this summer. Looks like we should expect some quick shootings. Will there be music from Ennio Morricone?
After the fall: The next game from the creators of Arizona Sunshine looks dark, zombie-filled, and themed from the ’80s. It will be on Rift and Quest, has been expected for several years, and arrives later in 2021. See an age-restricted trailer here.