Tag: Vive

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Hardware News

HTC reveals the Consumer Edition of their Vive VR headset. Pre-orders go live in 6 days.

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.

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Hardware News

The HTC Vive may have a price tag now, and it may make you very sad

Yesterday we mentioned that the pre-order date for HTC’s Virtual Reality headset called the Vive was revealed in an interview, with the date being February 29th. This puts shipping of the headset probably in April, which is what HTC said it was aiming for. We got to spend plenty of time with both the THC Vive and the Oculus Rift last week at CES 2016, and we have plenty of impressions to go over regarding both in another article this week. However, if today’s news is correct, the HTC Vive may have just received a big red mark against it.

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Game News

Lionsgate and Starbreeze team up for an official John Wick VR game coming in Spring 2016

It seems like celebrities are still making their way into games these days with the recent announcement of Nicki Minaj and Jason Statham to get their own games from Glu mobile. However the latest announcement is for Keanu Reeves and his rather popular movie John Wick which will be getting its own virtual reality game early next year. A teaser version of the John Wick game will be available much sooner though, coming out when the HTC Vive launches.

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Hardware News

Epic Games brings Unreal Engine support for the HTC Vive VR Headset

The HTC Vive is quickly become a major contender in the Virtual Reality headset space and it hasn’t even been released yet. With a partnership between Valve and HTC, the HTC Vive headset already has some great hardware and software being developed as well as third-party companies building sensors and other goodies for it. Today one more company has announced support for the HTC Vive, which will definitely lend some extra power to the gaming aspect for the HTC Vivie.