Facebook Again Cuts Price of Oculus Rift VR Headset

Alain Brian
Juillet 10, 2017

According to Facebook owned Virtual Reality pioneer it is Summer of Rift.

The bundle includes the Rift headset, 2x sensors, Touch controllers, Xbox One controller, remote, necessary cables, and seven free titles available when you set up Rift+Touch, including Lucky's Tale, Medium, Toybox, Quill, Dead and Buried, Dragon Front, and Robo Recall.

There may be a simple answer for the lack of sales, the Oculus Rift originally came to market priced at $599, a considerable amount of money given the global economic uncertainty and consequential squeeze on wages. You can pick up the $399.99 Rift and Touch bundle at several online retailers. Considering the controllers themselves are usually £99 for the pair, that's an wonderful bargain on one of the best VR headsets around. The Oculus deal is also featured on newegg.com. NewEgg shaves off another 99 cents.

It's an impressive discount on what is normally a £600 bundle.

Oculus has led the new wave of Virtual Reality, but got into delays. Not when Oculus released the first consumer edition of the 2012-crowdfunded Rift headset barely a week before the well-reviewed HTC Vive and around six months in advance of the lower-cost PlayStation VR.

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