If you've been waiting to get your hands on the Oculus Rift S or the Quest, you can pre-order either headset (or both if you're flush with cash) right now, with shipping kicking off on 21 May.
The new headsets are priced at with the Quest the option you want if you don't want to mess with wires, or don't have the PC to run the S. Like the Rift S, it also includes Oculus' redesigned Touch controllers and offers local multiplayer support.
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The Rift S is the natural successor to the original Rift and still requires a PC to power it. Like the Quest, it features the company's new Insight tracking technology offering six-degrees-of-freedom tracking without having to set up basestations or sensors around your designated VR space.
Both also include Oculus' new Passthrough technology to view your surroundings while you've got the headset on, but the Rift S taking things further with Passthrough+ which lets you create a mixed reality-like experience.
Oculus says the Quest will launch with 50 titles, many of which have already featured on the Rift S. Those include Creed: Rise to Glory, Beat Saber and Space Pirate Trainer. The Rift S will work with existing titles available for the Rift and will also include exclusives like Echo VR and Insomniac Games' co-op title Stormland, which can take advantage of the more power on offer with the Rift S headset.
You can pre-order the Quest and Rift S now from oculus.com. They'll also be available at retailers including Amazon, Walmart, Best Buy and Currys PC World.
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