Oculus Rift games will be launched in April 2019

The library with all Oculus Rift games continues to grow every month on both Steam and the Oculus Store. Great titles are already available, and we're here to help you decide what you can save for. If you are looking for something to get excited about, here are the Rift games to be released this month!

April 3rd

Bow to Blood: Last Captain Standing

This game looks like a step into a modern Treasure Planet with graphics such as Borderlands. Here you enter your own ship, run a crew and try to win first place in a reality show with everything-what-winner-takes. The show seems to function as a Big Brother with a voting system for elimination and the daily trails that you can complete. Score the highest points and play the political game well so that you can be the last Captain status!

See at Oculus Store

More Oculus Rift games are released this month

Here are all the Oculus Rift games that are coming soon. You can find it on Steam by clicking on the links that belong to their name!

Upcoming quarterly matches for Oculus Rift

Every time you see a Q1, Q2, Q3 or Q4 next to a release date, the Q stands for quarterly. Q1 stands for the beginning of the year, Q2 is spring in summer, Q3 is summer in autumn and Q4 falls in winter.

These are all quarterly games released for the Oculus Rift!

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