Oculus has put its stylish VR headset for pre-order with a shipment set to begin by March 28. The Oculus Rift VR headset comes with some neat accessories at the price of $599. For the first batch of shipment it has selected 20 countries while others may also get shipments a little later.
The Oculus Rift package include a built-in mic and headphone. It will be shipped in a nice black case that also include a sensor that looks like a mic stand. There is also an Xbox One wireless controller and Oculus Remote that you can find out of box. The stylish Oculus Remote works like a trackpad with a few navigation buttons.
The Oculus remote helps you navigate VR experiences and 360 videos. Also, you can browse Oculus store and play games using the Remote. The Rift package also include a copy of Lucky’s Tale VR game that you can play with the Xbox controller. You can also get access to ECE: Valkyrie with exclusive content.
The overall Oculus Rift package seems impressive with a little steeper prices. You can compare it against the Xbox One and PS 4 with initial prices at about $350. But against the Rift the possibilities are limited on both Xbox One and PS 4.
As claimed by the company officials the Oculus Rift is meant to boost the VR craze. Also it suggests about a dozens of new titles expected through 2016. According to Oculus full-length AAA titles are expected from Minecraft, Rockband VR, The Climb and others.
The prices of upcoming games are also expected to be the same as current titles for consoles and PCs. This means we can expect the major releases at price of about $60. With pre-orders for headset you can also reserve you place for Oculus Touch freehand controllers.