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It’s been a few years since the game industry has seen the launch of a new platform, and it’s getting one later this month. And no launch is complete without a list of games that you can buy on day one.

Oculus VR, the company responsible for the Rift virtual reality headset, held an event earlier this week as part of the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco, showing off every single game the device will have at its March 28 debut.

Here’s the full release list with a few extra games that are coming down the line or once the Oculus Touch controllers ship in the second half of the year:

March 28 launch-day games

Adr1ft — $20
Adventure Time: Magic Man’s Head Games — $5
AirMech: Command — $40
Albino Lullaby — $10
Audio Arena — $10
Project Cars — $50
Chronos — $50
Darknet — $10
Dead Secret — $15
Defense Grid 2: Enhanced VR Edition — $30
Dreadhalls — $10
Elite Dangerous: Deluxe Edition — $60
Esper 2 — $10
Eve: Valkyrie Founder’s Pack — $60 (base game bundled with Rift)
Fly to KUMA — $15
Eve: Gunjack — $10
Herobound SC — $10
Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes — $15
Lucky’s Tale — Bundled with Rift
Omega Agent — $15
Radial G — $25
Rooms — $15
Sufflepuck Cantina Deluxe VR — $10
Smashing the Battle — $20
Vanishing of Ethan Carter — TBD
Vektron Revenge — $10
VR Tennis Online — $25
Pinball FX2 VR — $15
Blaze Rush — To be determined
Windlands — $20


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April and beyond 

The Climb (April) — $50
Dead & Buried (TBD) — TBD
Fantastic Contraption (TBD) — TBD
I Expect you to Die (TBD) — TBD
Job Simulator (TBD) — TBD
Rock Band VR (TBD) — TBD
VR Sports (TBD) — TBD
Damaged Core (spring) — TBD
Dragon Front (spring) — Free to download
Eagle Flight (spring) — TBD
Edge of Nowhere (spring) — TBD

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