During the Oculus Connect keynote today, footage was debuted for several new games compatible with the Oculus Touch motion-controlled peripheral.
The first of these is Ready At Dawn's Lone Echo, a game in whch you play as an intelligent robot named Jack and assist in duties on a space station.
Second, Arktika 1, a wave-based sci-fi shooter created by the team behind Metro 2033.
And finally, Roborecall, an arcade-style shooter by Epic Games in which you destroy faulty assistant robots hellbent on killing humanity.
Pre-orders for the Oculus Touch controllers will go live on October 10. With a price tag of $199, additional sensors can be purchased for $79 each. The controllers will be available on December 6 and will include the games VR Sports Challenge and The Unspoken.