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53 Oculus Rift titles will support Touch controllers at launch

You'll have plenty of immersive new VR experiences to test out.
Devindra Hardawar, @devindra
December 1, 2016
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We're less than a week away from the December 6th release of the long-awaited Oculus Touch controllers, and it looks like lucky Rift owners will have plenty of reasons to use them. Oculus just announced that they'll be launching with 53 supported titles. That includes existing games like The Climb and Job Simulator, as well as new entries like the magic multiplayer fest The Unspoken and the graffiti simulator Kingspray. Check out our coverage of those games, along with plenty of other intriguing Oculus Touch titles, from the company's developer conference last month.

Looking ahead to 2017, Oculus says we can expect titles like Robo Recall, Arkitka.1 and Giant Cop: Justice Above. The company also revealed that its demo title Toybox will also be available for free when the Touch Controllers launch. That'll join Medium, Quill and Dead and Buried among the free titles Oculus is offering, as well as the pre-order bonuses VR Sports and The Unspoken.

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