The latest Facebook event envisioned many aspirations about the future of its VR technology and alongside announced that Oculus Rift Touch Controllers will be launch on Dec. 6th, 2016. The new controllers will be wearing a handsome price of $199 and two game titles will be readily available to benefit from them.
Oculus Rift Touch Controllers are hitting the stores this December with two new game titles to make the most of VR headset’s virtual reality experience. Until now, HTC Vive had a superiority in terms of freedom of movement and a controller for a more immersive VR experience, but Facebook’s latest tech event clued the game is going to change.
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The two new Oculus Rift games include “VR Sports Challenge” and “The Unspoken” will be available at the time of the launch while more game titles “Arktika” (trailer video below) and “Lone Echo” will also be released for the Touch Controller. Additionally, “a second camera users can put in their play area,” The Verge reported.
Facebook also announced Oculus Avatars, “Carmel” VR browser and a $79 touch sensor will allow the VR game controllers to room-scale. Oculus Rift Touch Controllers + room-scale sensor will cost $880 while the same set for HTC Vive costs $800.