Facebook-owned Oculus has wrapped up the first Oculus Gaming Showcase, where it featured “never-before-seen footage” from yet-to-be-released games. Here is how to re-watch the showcase, plus what happened.
When was Oculus Gaming Showcase?
The Oculus Gaming Showcase started at 3pm PT on 21 April 2021.
How to watch the Oculus Gaming Showcase
The Oculus Gaming Showcase is available to watch above. It also streamed on Twitch, Facebook, and YouTube.
What happened at the Oculus Gaming Showcase
Oculus revealed some of the games coming this year – many of which are sequels or episodic add-on content to existing games.
Resident Evil 4
Although the VR port of Resident Evil 4 was already revealed, Oculus its showcase to preview more footage. It’ll be a Quest 2 exclusive game.
Star Wars Pinball VR
Zen Games’ bundle of eight VR pinball tables will be available 29 April 22021.
Lone Echo 2
A zero-G adventure game that’s coming to the PC-based Oculus Rift platform in the summer, with the ability to connect a Quest to a PC to play.
I Expect You To Die 2
The sequel to I Expect You To Die will be available on Rift and Quest sometime this year.
The creators of 1080 Snowboarding are developing a VR snowboarding game.
Pistol Whip: Smoke and Thunder:
Pistol Whip is receiving an update in the summer that’s western-themed.
After the Fall
Arizona Sunshine’s 80s-themed zombie game will be available on Rift and Quest later in 2021
Star Wars: Tales from the Galaxy’s Edge, Episode 2
ILMxLab’s crossover VR game launched in 2020 with Episode 1. The next episode is almost here, but little else is known.