The Oculus Rift was available quite some time ago, with a number of retailers stocking the device ages ago in the US.

However, in the UK, the story is a little different.

That is because the Oculus Rift is not currently available for purchase in the UK, but that it was confirmed that the Oculus Rift will finally be available in the UK from September 20th.

From then, the virtual reality headset will be sold through Amazon, John Lewis, PC World, Currys, GAME and a range of other retailers in the UK.

It will retail for £549, and a range of companies are already taking pre-orders for it.

Here’s a description:

Every Rift comes with the popular VR platformer Lucky’s Tale, along with hundreds of free 3D 360 videos and VR films, plus access to the ever-expanding collection of made-for-VR games and experiences on the Oculus Store.

Over the coming weeks demo experiences will be rolled out at retail locations across the UK. Demo titles available include:

·       The Climb – every thrill-seeker’s favourite
·       Henry – a heartwarming VR film, narrated by Elijah Wood
·       Farlands – an exotic planetary experience
·       Oculus Dreamdeck – the perfect introduction to VR

You can also read more about the launch at the source link below.

Source: Oculus

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