By Jason Evangelho
If you think Sony isn’t in a fantastic position to be a leader in Virtual Reality with their upcoming PlayStation VR device, think again.
Pre-order sales for the Oculus Rift went live today at a steeper-than-expected $599 asking price (in late 2014 Palmer Luckey said “We want to stay in that $200-$400 price range.”), which includes two games and an Xbox One controller. The cost of entry for that VR experience extends to buying or building a VR-capable PC, which Oculus and Nvidia agree hovers near $1000. All told, that’s an “all-in” cost of about $1600 for the Oculus Rift.
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