Google showed off its complete Daydream VR system for the first time today and with its debut came a better look at the games and content users will eventually be able to access. More than 50 Daydream apps are supposed to be released this year, with "hundreds" more coming after that. Google already listed several developers at its I/O event in May, but it's given some new, specific projects to look out for. That includes a partnership with Warner Bros. who is releasing a short tie-in to the upcoming *Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them,* set in the Harry Potter universe — it turns the Daydream controller into a wand and lets players cast spells. Adding to the educational offerings, there's a virtual planetarium created in partnership with the makers of mobile app Star Chart.
Daydream will run on compatible Android phones, including the new Pixel and Pixel XL, that are strapped into Google's new VR headset, the Daydream View. Games and apps will be controlled through the headset's companion controller. The platform and hardware is set to launch on TKTK.
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