Oculus Rift owners have been eagerly waiting for a brand new version of the Oculus Rift headset, and now we’re finally getting one.
Oculus VR today announced the release of a new version called the Oculus Touch.
This new update brings new features, and it also includes support for the new, high-resolution OLED display found on the Oculus One, which is a bit of a departure from the original Oculus Rift.
The Oculus Touch also includes new content, including a new “new way to share your game” feature, and new ways to customize your game’s graphics.
Oculus Touch can now be purchased for $59.99, and its launch window is currently set for October 13th.
It’s available to purchase on the company’s website and on the Apple App Store.
Oculus Rift and Touch will be available for $199.99 in the US and $399.99 worldwide on October 13.
The price tag doesn’t come cheap.
You can read our full Oculus Rift review to get a better idea of the scope of the new features.
Oculus is currently trying to secure a patent for the OLED display on the new Touch, which could be a good thing for the company.
Oculus will be releasing an updated version of its Touch controller, which includes some of the newer features.
You’ll also be able to upgrade to the new version, but you won’t be able upgrade to a pre-existing Rift until October 13, so you’ll want to plan ahead if you’re a fan of the Touch.