We already know that Dying Light, the long-awaited survival game in a zombie apocalypse, will be compatible with Oculus Rift when the CV1 goes on sale, but it seems more and more possible that we can play virtual reality from the get-go.
At PC World they have been able to test it on a DK2 and have been impressed with the game, stating that it has been one of the most intense experiences they have lived in virtual reality, and the best they have tried in virtual reality since Alien: Isolation. They claim that one of the reasons is the incredible graphic quality that triple A titles boast, compared to the technological demos created by indie teams in Unity or Unreal Engine.
With the build I have tested the game there are some problems with the HUD and the scenes pre-rendered (problems that Techland is already working), but the game itself is perfectly playable in virtual reality, and have been completely thrilled with the experience, even if they recognize that is not suitable for all stomachs. Given what we have seen, we are increasingly convinced that there will be some way to activate the virtual reality mode in Dying Light as soon as it is available, for which there are just a couple of weeks left.