The library that features all of the Oculus Rift games continues to grow each month on both Steam and the Oculus Store. There are some truly great titles already available, and we're here to help you decide what to save up for. If you're looking for something to get excited about here are the Rift games that are coming this month!

★ Featured favorite - May 2019: Stand Out

Are you a big fan of battle royales? Now is the time to experience one in virtual reality. Stand Out: VR Battle Royale puts you and a bunch of other players on an island full of weapons, vehicles, and tools you need to survive (and kill). See who can be the last one standing by using your actual body to aim guns and dodge bullets.

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More Oculus Rift games releasing this month

Here are all the Oculus Rift games coming soon. You can find these on Steam by pressing the links associated with their names!

Upcoming quarterly games for Oculus Rift

Whenever you see a Q1, Q2, Q3, or Q4 next to a release date the Q stands for quarterly. Q1 represents the beginning of the year, Q2 is the spring into summer, Q3 is summer into fall, and Q4 is the fall into winter.

These are all the quarterly games set to release to the Oculus Rift!

What are you playing?

The Oculus Rift, by far, is the best virtual reality headset for your computer. It's comfortable, reliable, and has the most immersive controllers out of any of the headsets. Not just that, but each month there are always tons of new games for you to get hooked on. In fact, there are more VR games releasing to Steam for headsets like the HTC Vive and Oculus Rift then there are for the PlayStation VR!

This month I'm looking forward to testing out a battle royale with Stand Out. Since this title is not a mini-game within a game, like the PSVR's Rec Room is, I'm excited to see what the differences are when an entire dev team has only one focus- as opposed to keeping track of a ton of mini-games all at once. The only downside is the graphics quality. While Rec Room went more with a cartoon look, which is much easier to make "prettier" in VR, it looks like Stand Out is going with a more realistic look. Most VR headsets aren't capable of the same pixels your TV can, so most of the time realistic-looking VR games are blurry or too pixelated. I've noticed going with a smoother cartoon effect like Moss (PSVR) or Job Simulator looks a lot better inside of a VR headset.

What are your thoughts? Which Rift game are you looking forward to most? Let us know by shooting us a Tweet over at @WCGamingTweets.

Prevent light from ruining your VR experience with these products

Superior Modern Viking Collection Area Rug ($99 at Amazon)

Rugs are endlessly useful in any home for being stylish and comfortable. This rug comes in 10 different colors and each one is sleek, comfortable, and beautiful in every home. Prevent your hardwood floors from reflecting light and make playing VR more comfortable on your feet!

RHF Reversible Sofa Cover ($25 at Amazon)

If your couch is leather or made of a shiny material you'll need to cover it up when you're playing on the VR. This couch cushion is comfortable, affordable, and comes in eight different colors. It's always nice to have around the house because you can also use it during parties to protect your furniture from animals and spills.

NICETOWN Blackout Curtains ($21 at Amazon)

Stop letting the glare of the outside world ruin your VR experience. With these blackout curtains, you can block out that evil sun from interrupting your shows! This package comes with two panels that are 42 inches wide and 63 inches long.

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