Oculus price drop proves competition is key to VR success


Gaming in VR has a bit of a barrier to entry. Nestled between the phone-based headsets and the high-end experiences is the PlayStation VR, but that’s still $399 plus the PlayStation itself. For Oculus or HTC you’re looking at $800-plus and a high-end gaming rig that should set you back at least a grand. Oculus today narrowed the margin, if only slightly. The company today announced a price drop on its Rift headset with Touch controllers. The bundle will now sell for $598, down from the $798 retail price it’s typically listed at. If you already have Rift, you can…

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