"Superhot" is coming to Oculus Rift. Superhot

With Oculus Rift headsets slowly but continuously delivering preorders, new games for the VR headset have been announced. So far, there are three new titles that fans can look forward to, regardless if they already have the headset or are still waiting for the order to be processed.

Three titles, “Superhot,” “iRacing” and “Stern Pinball Arcade” are all coming to the Oculus Rift VR.


An upcoming exclusive for the Oculus Rift VR, “Superhot” developer has announced that it is already working closely with the Oculus team in rolling out the title in a dev blog update, there are some GIFs of the team with the VR headset experiencing the game firsthand.

“We’re really trying to capitalise on all of the new design possibilities that Virtual Reality is giving us. The level of game immersion that you get from playing “Superhot” in VR is simply crazy,” said the developer via the Superhot website.

The developer is also currently working on the new DLC for “Superhot,” though no details have been released on this as of yet. The game is also currently being re-designed from the ground up for its VR version.


There will be a new simulation car racing title coming to “Oculus Rift” apart from the usual suspects, “Live for Speed” and “Project Cars.” Now, “iRacing” is joining the fray, Road to VR reported.

“iRacing” had been one of the first titles that supported the Oculus Rift DK1. According to Director of Marketing Kevin Bobbitt, the game is already at the final stages of testing, and the plan is to release support come next week via an update.

However, “iRacing” may not be looking at exclusivity with the Oculus Rift. The developer has hinted that once support has been rolled out for Oculus, it will be turning towards development for other VR hardware.

“Stern Pinball Arcade”

Farsight Studios’ new pinball title is already out for the Oculus Rift. It’s a free title, which includes one table bearing the Frankenstein franchise, Paste Magazine reported.

To change the table’s look, players will have to shell out some cash. There are three other tables available, namely “Starship Troopers,” “Ripley’s Believe it Or Not” and “Star Trek,” all for US$4.99 (approx. AU$7). Interestingly, the title is first introducing the game on VR, before the PS4, Xbox One, PC and Wii U versions come out in the fall.

The Reddit thread that has been keeping a live notice for the shipping of the Oculus Rift has finally retired last June 1. So far, the latest progress has seen preorders in the U.S. past the one-hour mark.

For Australia, there were reports of shipping last April 28, particularly one that was for a 4 hours 40 minutes preorder. There was even news of one preorder from Asia finally moving.