The final consumer version of the Oculus Rift has been finalised, founder Plamer Luckey has said.
Speaking to Eurogamer, Luckey said that while much of the consumer release still needs to be fleshed out, the company knows exactly what the headset will be made up of.
We know what we’re making and now it’s a matter of making it.
Currently the specs are still unknown, but Luckey said that it will be markedly improved compared to the current model, the DK2. Luckey said that the improved specs will allow increasd resolution, as well as an improved refresh rate.
The release date and price are also currently unknown, co-founder Nate Mitchell said, although the aim is to remain as cheap as possible.
We want to stay in that $200-$400 price range.