If you were one of the clever people who got in early with their Oculus Rift preorder, you’ll be happy to learn that your headset is on its way.
Confirmed by CEO Brendan Iribe, customers should start receiving their bundles from Monday, March 28.
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Backers and fans will breathe a sigh of relief this weekend because despite countless updates and prototypes, it was beginning to feel like the consumer product was just a dream.
Anyone who hasn’t placed a preorder will have to wait until July to receive their headset but you can order them now. Oculus has a bundle that includes the Rift headset, an Xbox One controller and two games for $599.99 or a full PC package starting at $1,500.
It’s a big deal for the VR industry that its first consumer headset (besides smartphone-powered ones) is finally ready for the public. Arriving less than a week before HTC’s Vive, it will certainly be interesting to see how Oculus gets the ball rolling for the VR industry