We don’t have to be worried about the Oculus Rift or PlayStation VR having a dearth of games. Oculus creator Palmer Luckey and Sony CEO Kazuo Hirai have each said that their VR devices are getting over 100 games this year.

In an interview with the BBC, Hirai noted that there are also 200 developers who have signed up for the company’s PlayStation VR Program. He called them “a testament to the kind of support that we’re getting from the content creation community on PlayStation VR.”

“I think we have a lot of good support,” he added, “and it’ll be a great product coming out later this year.”

Luckey’s comment comes from a Reddit AMA that he did after the price of the Oculus Rift was announced. The Rift will have, “at least 100 – Over 20 Oculus Studios titles, many more 3rd party titles.”

The Oculus Rift is the first major VR device that will come to market. It ships with a copy of family-friendly platforming game Lucky’s Tale, as well as EVE: Valkyrie. It also comes with an Xbox One controller.

The entire bundle will cost $599.

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