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15 Titles Confirmed for OSVR HDK Through Developer Fund

Titles include Radial-G: Racing Revolved and The Brookhaven Experiment.

A couple of months ago Razer, one of the main companies behind the Open Source Virtual Reality (OSVR) head-mounted display (HMD), announced the creation of the OSVR Developer Fund. The fund encourages studios to make content for the OSVR headset and today Razer has announced fifteen new titles that will be coming, or are already available to HMD owners.

Of the 15 videogames announced today some will be instantly familiar to virtual reality (VR) enthusiasts, with titles such as Radial-G: Racing Revolved, The Brookhaven Experiment, PolyRunner and A-10 VR already available for HMDs such as Oculus Rift, HTC Vive and Gear VR.

OSVR HDK 2 headset

Below is the full rundown of the videogames coming to OSVR HDK in the next few months:

Limb by Interdiction Studios – Available Q4 2017

Abduction by Red Iron Labs – Available Oct 31st 2016

PolyRunner by Lucid Sight – Available TBA

RC Soccer VR by Beatshapers – Available Q4 2016

StarDrone VR by Beatshapers – Available Q4 2016

Theme Park Studio by Pantera Game Studio – Available TBC

Alice VR by Carbon Studios – Available Oct 2016

Infinite by Project: Gateway VR Studios GmbH – Available Sept 2016

The Hum: Abductions by Totwise Studios – Available TBA

Redout by 34BigThings – Available Sept 2016

The Brookhaven Experiment by Phosphor Games – Available Q4 2016

A-10 VR by Futuretown – Available Q4 2016

Descent: Underground by Descendent Studios – Available Now

Radial-G: Racing Revolved by Tammeka Games – Available Now

CDF Starfighter by Mad About Games Studios Ltd – Available Sept 2016

These titles are just the first, the OSVR Developer Fund has received hundreds of applications and further content will be announced in Q3.

Razer has also announced support for WebVR. This means owners of the HDK 1.x, HDK 2 or any OSVR supporting devices can now experience VR apps via their browser.

VRFocus will continue its coverage of OSVR, reporting back with any further announcements.

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