The Oculus Rift + Touch bundle will return to a price of $499 after the summer of Rift

The post-summer bundle will also come with 6 free games

The Oculus Rift + Touch bundle will return to a price of $499 after the summer of Rift

The Oculus Rift + Touch bundle will return to a price of $499 after the summer of Rift

 
Oculus has confirmed that their Oculus Rift + Touch VR bundle will return to a new price of $499 after the company's "Summer or Rift" promotion ends. This will be a price increase of $100, but it will also be a decrease of $100 when compared to the bundle's previous price. 
 
With this price increase, Oculus will be adding a bundle of six games to their Oculus + Touch bundle, offering Lucky's Tale, Medium, Toybox, Quill, Dead and Buried and Robo Recall for free, giving newcomers to the Oculus Rift a nice library of games to get started. 

  

The Oculus Rift + Touch bundle will return to a price of $499 after the summer of Rift   

For the next six weeks, the Oculus Rift + Touch bundle will remain at a price of $399, which translates to £399 in the UK including VAT.

 

You can join the discussion on the Oculus Rift's future pricing on the OC3D Forums.

 

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14-07-2017, 14:46:35

AlienALX
So that's all of the games then?

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14-07-2017, 15:59:51

Greenback
I get the feeling this will be like 3D Tv's a novelty that diesQuote

14-07-2017, 17:45:26

Vipermk2
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Originally Posted by Greenback View Post
I get the feeling this will be like 3D Tv's a novelty that dies
I agree, the resolution needs to be upped in a big way before people embrace it, forcing your eyes to deal with a relatively low res image removes the sense of realism. It needs to be 8K at least, 2 parallel images (SBS) at 4k to seem more real. Obviously that is years off for now but that's what dreams are made of.

I took my Samsung S7 and Gear VR to the family Christmas Dinner, the older ones were more likely to try out the roller coaster demo and get right into it ( I say older ones but I'm 50 and they are 75ish). They were more into the sensation like you would if you went to a 3D planetarium but they got if from a simple Phone with a cinema screen.Quote
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