Oculus Rift Crescent Bay
The consumer Oculus Rift is, in short, well worth the wait. The masses won't take to it right away considering it's going to be expensive all around and many people don't have PC rigs set up. Then there are people who will likely face waves of nausea despite the near-perfect latency. This is the most obvious problem, but seems like a hurdle the team is getting closer to fixing.
More games are also being developed directly for VR, meaning there will be plenty of content trickling out. Whether they will be any good is another area that will continually be improved through trial and error.
The Oculus Touch controllers are the icing on the VR cake. We've used various peripherals before, but the software and hardware always felt a bit off, or simply weren't ready. The Touch is something we can see truly immersing you in the VR world, and it's only a prototype.
We are genuinely excited to see how much better the next iteration will be.
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