HTC has shipped out two developer kits for their upcoming Vive VR headset that they have been developing since last year with Valve. Well it looks like consumers will finally be able to get their hands on their own headset soon as both companies have revealed the Consumer Edition of the HTC Vive. On top of that, pre-orders will be going live in just over 6 days.
Google initially released their Cardboard VR headset as an example of Virtual Reality and Android working together. Now reports are coming out that the company is working on a new VR headset that will actually take the form of a true VR headset, instead of a piece of folded cardboard.
Well things with HTC have gotten a bit more interesting as of today regarding their consideration about opening a spin-off company for their Virtual Reality products. The statement released by HTC is pretty short and to the point, pointing out a few things while stating that the reports coming out of Taiwan were incorrect.
One of the more anticipated Virtual Reality headsets heading our way is the HTC Vive. Following the example that Oculus Rift has done, HTC has announced when pre-orders will be going live, but haven’t announced what the price will be for said pre-orders.
Good news for those of you wanting to grab an Oculus Rift headset the moment they become available. Pre-orders will be going live this week, or more specifically, in a couple of days. Snagging one of these headsets will also net you a few freebies that will come with it including two games: Eve: Valkyrie and Lucky’s Tale.
With Christmas and New Years over for 2015, and being a few days into a fresh new year, this can only mean one thing and that is its time for CES 2016. Like always we will be there, checking out all the latest and greatest in regards to Android, whether it be a bunch of new devices, new peripherals, or whatever else you can think of. There’s always something good for Android gamers at CES.
If you’re planning to snag an Oculus Rift headset when they officially go on sale soon, you will be happy to know that it will be coming with a couple of goodies. The newest addition to the catalog of goodies is a game called Lucky’s Tale, which will come free when you purchase a headset.
G2A.com is a website that mainly deals with getting PC games for a lot less than retail cost. They haven’t done much else than that aside from offering a few smaller services. So it is interesting to see the company announcing a Virtual Reality game for the Oculus Rift which will be coming in the form of an amusement park.
We’ve already featured one VR headset in our deals which was last month. Now we have a new one that is available for a discount as well, this time from Innori. This particular VR headset is compatible with any smartphone with screen sizes ranging from 4.7″-6”.
If you’re a fan of Star Wars and also happen to be a Verizon subscriber, then you’re in for a pretty awesome treat starting today. Verizon and Google have teamed up to give away Star Wars themed Google Cardboard VR headsets, but to Verizon customers only of course.