Or rather, they're in the Store if you already have the Fall Creators Update installed by way of the Insider Program. For us normies that are still waiting for it to roll out, we can look but not touch, which means no pre-loading.
There's some good stuff in there, though. Top notch VR games Arizona Sunshine, Halo Recruit, and Superhot VR are launch titles for Windows Mixed Reality, as are apps like Littlstar and Sliver.TV, along with a host of other goodies.
To have a look for yourselves simply open up the Store app on your PC and you should see a link straight to a special hub where Microsoft has rounded them up. Some of the apps can be installed now, but obviously, don't do anything, but it's a good way to pass the time while you're waiting for your headset, your update or both!
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