All Oculus Quest Hand Tracking Games and Apps supported & Confirmed
Oculus Quest hand tracking is here and it’s pretty cool but also pretty limited for now. But starting this week developers are finally getting their hands on the development kit and oculus quest hand tracking sdk and they are starting to add the hand tracking feature to their games and apps.
The Oculus Quest has received several new features and announcements in recent months, but hand tracking coming to quest is may be the most significant, biggest and exciting one.
So let’s go over everything that you can currently use with your hands and everything that we know that’s confirmed to be in the works and they may be coming sooner than you think.
"All Oculus Quest Hand Tracking Games and Apps"
What can you do with Oculus quest hand tracking right now?
So here’s the list of what you can do with oculus quest hand tracking right now:
Apps like YouTube, Netflix, Facebook, Twitter, discord or whatever else you want to browse for on the web can all be navigated using hand tracking even before some of these native apps get the feature like Netflix and YouTube.
Then there’s Oculus TV which is the hub for all the video content you could ever need including immersive 360 and 180 content. The platform supports services like Fandango, ESPN, Showtime, and Fox and now you can watch these services with oculus quest hand tracking feature
Now, 100% CONFIRMED Games and Apps that will support Oculus quest hand tracking soon
Then, a game called Titans of space plus is an educational app that brings you on a tour of the solar system said to support hand tracking capability.
The app is currently listed on the quest store as coming soon but hasn’t released yet they’ve said hand tracking will not be available at launch so don’t expect it right away but it is planned for later so we’ll wait and see.
The coming soon list of Games and apps for hand tracking support
On the coming soon list for hand tracking support, first of all we have, The curious tale of the stolen pets.
The curious tale is an interactive tale where you help your grandfather solve the mystery of the stolen pets by exploring wonderful miniature worlds.
Proceed through the game by solving light puzzles using your hands, you grip, push, drop and spin the numerous interactive elements in each world to trigger clues or to reveal hidden pets.
So that’s all the games and apps that support and “will” support Oculus quest hand tracking and that’s all we know so far.
So three games, the entire suite of oculus first-party apps and the other few our utility apps but still great to see the hand tracking integration. But which one of these are you most excited to try out and what do you hope to see in the next wave VR games and madness.
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