There isn’t a list of launch titles for Oculus Quest yet, the company’s newly announced $400 high-end standalone VR headset. Polyarc, the minds behind Moss (2017), say that the super endearing platformer adventure is indeed going to be among the 50+ launch titles coming to Quest on day one.

Already available on PlayStation VR, Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, and Windows VR, Moss will be cramming itself into mobile VR hardware for the first time—no small feat that will hopefully retain the incredible graphics that we came to love on higher-resolution headsets such as Rift and Vive. After all, Quest is said to feature a 1,600 × 1,440 per eye OLED, which is not only the same resolution of HTC Vive Pro, but we think it actually looks pretty great on Quest.

A particularly important piece of the puzzle is undoubtedly Oculus Quest’s ‘Touch’ controllers, which just like with Rift will allow you to physically interact with the little pint-sized hero Quill and move the puzzle-like platforms to help her along the way to save her missing uncle.

Oculus Quest is said to launch sometime in Spring 2019, so the team still has some time to tighten down on those textures, reduce polygons, and stuff the wide, beautiful world of Moss to fit Quest’s on-board Snapdragon 835 chipset.

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Check out our spoiler-free review of Moss here for more information.

While the list of Quest launch titles is still pretty uncertain—Oculus says Rift titles Robo Recall, The Climb, and Dead and Buried are all coming to the headset—it’s not clear if these are launch titles or not. Either way you slice it, some of the best Rift titles making it to Quest will certainly makes it easy for newcomers looking for solid content on the Rift-like mobile headset.

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  • eckehard

    Habt ihr nicht gecheckt – das die Quest LCD-Displays hat ??? – und nur 75 hz ??

    • Darshan

      English please..

      Ok if you mean

      “Have not you checked – that the Quest has LCD displays ??? – and only 75 hz ??.”

      Answer is // Antwort ist

      75Hz hat nichts damit zu tun, dass das Spiel auf Oculus Quest portiert wird und gut funktioniert.

      Willkommen bei meinem deutschen Freund, bitte benutze englischen Text im interanational Forum.

  • gothicvillas

    Is this Moss lite?

  • Noah

    Hallo Roadtovr team, i am a little bit confused because many other sides and people are telling it is a LCD Display and not OLED. A youtuber was tried out the Oculus quest and he said it is defenetly LCD. hmmmmm?=????

  • Henree

    it would seem most of the Oculus games were developed with mobile hardware in mind, there is not a lot on the Oculus store for rift that is not a mobile game and uses the full power of a PC.