Facebook-owned company Oculus VR will begin the process of taking order for Rift VR headsets, to coincide with the opening of the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
Oculus has not disclosed its prices nor has it mentioned when it would be shipping the much awaited headsets, but it has promised that it would provide complete information when customers place their order. The company will be entertaining pre-orders at 8 am in California, where it is located.
Pre-orders of Rift will be equipped with two pre-installed games, “Lucky’s Tale” and “Eve:Valkyrie.”
Oculus founder Palmer Luckey will be answering questions during a Reddit AMA which is scheduled for 6 PM on Wednesday.
Oculus VR has been targeting software developers in September tempting them with the promise of an emerging VR era, and trying to lure them in with a liaison with Netflix.
At the annual conference of Oculus Connect developers, the hall was packed with 1,500 people who expressed great interest in the potential of virtual reality.
In his address Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced that VR was the next logical step after video. He added that the better the ability to share different kinds of things the better the world would be.