Facebook Inc. unveiled its new wireless virtual reality headset at a conference on Wednesday, announcing that the system will be available by the spring of next year.
Oculus Quest, which comes with touch controllers and does not need a PC, should cost $ 399, according to the company.
The company also plans to launch more than 50 games for the new helmet.
Facebook has invested heavily in virtual reality hardware and hopes that this technology, which provides a 360-degree panoramic view of distant or imaginary spaces, will turn a niche interest into an expanded platform for games, communications and games. professional applications.
The social media giant that bought Oculus for $ 3 billion in 2014 had already released the Oculus Go VR headset in May and sold for $ 199.