When it comes to VR, there’s nothing quite like it.
A headset that can feel as though it’s actually inside the headset can make all the difference, and that’s exactly what Oculus’ own Crescent Bay headset has done with the release of its Rift virtual reality headset.
For the last few years, Oculus has been using its headset to bring its games to VR headsets and other platforms, like mobile phones and tablets.
It also has its own line of virtual reality goggles that use the same technology, but are made by other companies.
But in 2018, Oculus went the extra mile and made the Rift VR headset its own.
It’s now available for preorder at a price of $1,200, making it a good investment for anyone looking for a headset for VR.
Oculus has also announced the release date for the Rift headset: February 6, 2019.
It will be available for purchase at a special price of just $599.
The price includes two headsets, a pair of goggles, and a free Oculus Touch controller.
The headset comes with the Oculus Rift Touch controller, and you can use that to interact with the headset and other Oculus games.
Oculus also has a VR app for Android and iOS, and an app for PC.
Oculus VR is the only company to make a gaming headset specifically designed for virtual reality, but it’s still a long way from being able to make the Rift for people with VR issues.
Here are our top picks for the best VR gaming headsets.