Executive Nate Mitchell stresses that Oculus Rift needs to be "affordable."
By Eddie Makuch
When Oculus VR announced this week that its Oculus Rift headset would launch in early 2016, the company didn't say what it would cost. That's still the case, but now Oculus VR vice president Nate Mitchell has spoken out to describe Oculus Rift as "high-end," noting that it will be priced at more than $200.
The Void wants to be the theme park of the 21st century.
Using a blend of virtual reality technologies, motion simulators, and real-world environmental effects, The Void promises a departure from the passive theme park experience in which you'll fight dragons, explore dark dungeons, fly planes, and so much more.
Facebook finally revealed that you'll be able to buy its long-awaited virtual reality headset, the Oculus Rift, early next year, and that's left gaming enthusiasts with a big decision to make.
While there's no doubt that the Oculus Rift is leading the charge to bring virtual reality mainstream, it's also seen some delays following Facebook's $2 billion acquisition of Oculus early last year. Virtual reality fans were largely more than happy to wait as Oculus adjusted its strategy to take advantage of the new resources that joining Facebook offered, but while Oculus was keeping quiet in the lab another compelling competitor in the virtual reality space emerged: Valve.