Virtuix, the creator of the Omni One VR treadmill, announced it now has a lineup of 35 games ready for the device’s broader launch later this year, including some big ones.

Omni One was originally pitched in a crowd-based investment campaign in 2020, but is now slated to arrive to customers sometime in Q2 2024, bringing the at-home version of its VR treadmill to non-investor enthusiasts for the first time.

We say ‘at-home’ version and not consumer version because the unit costs $2,595 (plus shipping). This admittedly comes with a fully-inclusive, full-body VR experience thanks to the unit itself in addition to the included Pico 4 Enterprise headset, as well as dedicated game store with titles optimized for Omni One.

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Some of the most notable games to pledge support for Virtuix Omni One are AFFECTED: The Manor, Breachers, Compound, Ghostbusters: Rise of the Ghost Lord, In Death: Unchained, RUINSMAGUS and Wanderer: The Fragments of Fate—meaning you’ll be able to run, shoot and crouch in a way you simply can’t with stick-controlled movement.

Here’s a look at the complete lineup of 35 supported games coming at launch:

  • AFFECTED: The Manor
  • Ancient Dungeon
  • ARK and ADE
  • Breachers
  • Craft Wars
  • Crimen – Mercenary Tales
  • Compound
  • David Slade Mysteries: Case Files
  • Dead of the Sea
  • Dead Zone
  • Death Horizon: Reloaded
  • Doctor Who: The Edge of Time
  • Darksword: Battle Eternity
  • DYSCHRONIA: Chronos Alternate
  • Elite Force
  • Eolia
  • First Steps
  • Ghostbusters: Rise of the Ghost Lord
  • Hubris
  • Hunt Together
  • Hyperblast
  • In Death: Unchained
  • Ionia
  • Journey To Foundation
  • Peaky Blinders: The King’s Ransom
  • Primal Hunt
  • RUINSMAGUS
  • The Exorcist: Legion VR
  • The Jade Cipher
  • The Patcher
  • The Secret Pyramid
  • The Twilight Zone VR
  • Titanic: A Space Between
  • TOTALLY BASEBALL!
  • Wanderer: The Fragments of Fate

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  • Chris Meeks

    Where’s Job Simulator??

  • Christian Schildwaechter

    There are already a large number of hilarious videos showing people running away in scary VR games, including some from the location based 4-player Omniarena. youtube_com/shorts/4DdFmv4qqS0

    I hope we get another round of people sprinting away in Affected, only this time not hitting the wall and hurting themselves or the equipment in the process.

  • ViRGiN

    DOA

  • Cl

    No skyrimvr? Honestly I’d get this if I had room, but I don’t atm. Maybe in the future

    • Christian Schildwaechter

      All the games listed above are for standalone HMDs, while Skyrim VR is only available for PSVR/PCVR. You can stream SteamVR to the included Pico 4 with VirtualDesktop, so playing Skyrim with e.g. Natural Locomotion on the Omni One shouldn’t be a problem.

      From the Omni FAQ:

      Can I play SteamVR games with Omni One?

      Yes, Omni One will support a PC connection to play PC-based games via SteamVR and any VR headset that’s compatible with PC.

      • Cl

        I see, thanks. If you can use any PCVR game with it, why does the article leave out that important piece of information? I hope virtuix didn’t pay them for this article, it’s not advertised very well.

        • BenVirtuix

          This press release is focused on our launch lineup, which we are very excited about. We will certainly talk more about our PCVR emulation in a future update.

  • Sorry, but isn’t it the Pico THREE for Enterprise?

    • Christian Schildwaechter

      They upgraded the included headset. While a lot of the promo material still shows the Pico 3, the specs on the Omni website now show/list a “customized Pico 4 Enterprise”.

  • david vincent

    Same as for Magic Leap : how Virtuix didn’t went bankrupt yet…