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  • New Oculus Quest 2 Model Announced

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    New Oculus Quest 2 Model Announced

    Sales of the current model are paused while Facebook readies the new model.

    There have been some rumors swirling around for a bit that Facebook was going to announce some new VR hardware soon. And while that rumor is true, this probably isn't the hardware announcement some fans may have wanted.

    Today, Facebook announced that they will be releasing a slightly upgraded Oculus Quest 2 model to consumers. Starting on August 24, all base Quest 2 VR headsets will ship with a...
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  • Sniper Elite VR Release Date Trailer

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    Sniper Elite VR Release Date Trailer

    Violently bursting balls in VR? Sign me up!

    Rebellion just released a new trailer for Sniper Elite VR. This isn't just any trailer though, this is the release date trailer for the game. And what is that release date? Well you'll just have to watch the trailer! Or read right here when I tell you that it's set to be released on July 8, 2021 for PCVR and PSVR. On the PC side it will be sold through Steam or Oculus.

    Sniper Elite VR has been built from the ground up in a partnership...
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  • First Ever Oculus Gaming Showcase Announced

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    First Ever Oculus Gaming Showcase Announced

    The future of VR will be streamed... in non-VR.

    Oculus just announced that they will host their first ever Oculus Gaming Showcase this April. On April 21, we will get some first looks at new games, updated footage from unreleased games, and some updates on fan-favorite titles.

    Oculus mentions some studios such as Cloudhead Games, Ready At Dawn, and ILMxLAB will be showcasing their latest offerings to VR fans. We will get looks at games like Pistol Whip, Lone Echo II, and...
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  • The Walking Dead Onslaught Hits VR Devices Today

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    The Walking Dead Onslaught Hits VR Devices Today

    The living dead are about to get up close and personal.

    The VR title, The Walking Dead Onslaught, is out today for VR devices such as PlayStation VR, Oculus Rift, and Steam VR. This is a new "immersive VR action shooter" from Survios Inc., the studio that brought us the acclaimed Creed: Rise to Glory and Westworld Awakening.

    Both the Standard and Digital Deluxe editions of The Walking Dead Onslaught can be purchased from the PlayStation Store, Oculus, and St...
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  • Oculus is Making Facebook Logins Mandatory

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    Oculus is Making Facebook Logins Mandatory

    Oculus is ending support for its own login system.

    The Oculus Blog says that the company is ending support for its own account system. Moving forward, the only way to log into the Oculus services moving forward will be by logging into a Facebook account. This change will apply first starting in October 2020. Those who have not yet activated their Oculus VR devices for the first time will be required to use their Facebook account to log in.

    Those of you already with an...
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  • Facebook Acquires Ready at Dawn

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    Facebook Acquires Ready at Dawn

    The Order: 1886 developer is now a VR only developer.

    Ready at Dawn has joined Facebook's ever growing list of developers that fall under its Oculus umbrella. Ready at Dawn is perhaps best known for having developed The Order: 1886 for the PlayStation 4 along with the very popular Lone Echo for Oculus VR.

    Ready at Dawn will now focus almost exclusively on VR and AR content for Oculus. Mike Verdu, the VP of AR/VR content at Facebook shares his thoughts on this new acquisition....
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  • ZeniMax and Facebook Settle VR Lawsuit

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    ZeniMax and Facebook Settle VR Lawsuit

    ZeniMax Media announced today that they have reached an agreement in the recent legal battle between themselves and Facebook over the use of various VR technologies that ZeniMax says they created. To catch you up to speed, this legal began back in 2014 when ZeniMax first sued Oculus VR and Palmer Luckey.

    Then it was said that John Carmack's hard drive had proof Oculus lied in their lawsuit with ZeniMax. Then Mark Zuckerberg got involved. Then in early 2017, a jury gave half a...
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  • Oculus Announces Wireless Oculus Quest VR System for $399 Plus New Star Wars VR Game

    During the Oculus Connect 5 keynote earlier today, Oculus VR announced the Oculus Quest. The Oculus Quest is an "all-in-one VR gaming system" that allows players to experience six degrees of freedom, Touch controllers, and a price tag of $399 (USD).

    Unlike the Oculus Rift, the Oculus Quest does not need to connect to a PC to operate. There are no sensors to hang up either. Instead, the Quest utilizes a technology that they're calling Oculus Insight.
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  • VROOM KABOOM Combines Tower Defense, Car Combat, and VR on August 14

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    VROOM KABOOM Combines Tower Defense, Car Combat, and VR on August 14

    Ratloop Games Canada announced that VROOM KABOOM, their new vehicle combat game, will be released on August 14 on PC and PlayStation 4. There will be a free-to-play release alongside a $19.99 (USD) Premium Version release. In addition to the flat 2D experience, it will also have special VR support and will be released for the HTC Vive, Oculus Rift, and PlayStation VR. They're calling the game a "tower rush with vehicles" but it also seems to include elements from collectible card games ...
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  • Oculus Stealth Releases Gear VR Competitor Oculus Go

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    Oculus Stealth Releases Gear VR Competitor Oculus Go

    Earlier today, Oculus VR released what looks to be the first major competitor to things like the Gear VR by Samsung and Daydream from Google. They're calling it Oculus Go and it starts at $199 (USD) for the 32GB model or $249 for the 64GB model.

    It's important to note that this is not a successor for the Oculus Rift. This is instead a standalone device that is about as powerful as a current-gen smartphone would be. The key difference here is that it doesn't require a phone...
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  • Oculus Stealth Releases Gear VR Competitor Oculus Go

    Earlier today, Oculus VR released what looks to be the first major competitor to things like the Gear VR by Samsung and Daydream from Google. They're...
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  • ZeniMax is Now Suing Samsung Over Oculus Tech Used in Gear VR

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    ZeniMax is Now Suing Samsung Over Oculus Tech Used in Gear VR

    ZeniMax has added Samsung to their growing list of entities that they're suing or being sued by over this whole virtual reality technologies thing. It started off with Oculus VR and Palmer Luckey, then John Carmack got (more) involved, then a jury awarded $500M to ZeniMax, and while Oculus VR is looking to appeal the case ZeniMax is out there suing Samsung. ZeniMax is suing Samsung over their Samsung Gear VR headset because it uses technologies by Oculus VR. By using those technologie...
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  • ZeniMax is Now Suing Samsung Over Oculus Tech Used in Gear VR

    ZeniMax has added Samsung to their growing list of entities that they're suing or being sued by over this whole virtual reality technologies thing....
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  • Oculus Co-founder Palmer Luckey Leaves Facebook

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    Oculus Co-founder Palmer Luckey Leaves Facebook

    It was just announced that Oculus co-founder, Palmer Luckey, has left Facebook. This comes roughly three years after he sold Oculus to Facebook and about one year after he helped to fund racists during the 2016 election.

    This is Luckey's last week with the company, with Friday being his last official day as an employee. Facebook issued this following statement on his departure.
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  • Oculus Co-founder Palmer Luckey Leaves Facebook

    It was just announced that Oculus co-founder, Palmer Luckey, has left Facebook. This comes roughly three years after he sold Oculus to Facebook...
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