Welp, I didn't see that one coming.
Well, I did and I didn't. The most surprising amount fun I've had with my Oculus Rift so far is with Lucky's Tale, a game that -- played normally -- would be nothing more than a run-of-the-mill 3D platformer. Put that VR headset on and it literally feels revelatory.
It's something that people still aren't quite catching onto: the idea that very traditional games, if adapted correctly, can be reinvented in VR. It doesn't have to be about 'immersive' first person experiences. Platform games work well in VR. Third-person perspective work well in VR.
And RTS game -- I have no doubt -- will work well in VR.
So yeah, I'm excited about this. I'm excited that this game is being made and that Oculus Studios is continuing to do interesting things with their internal projects.