The Oculus Go was previously only available in the United States, after an initial soft launch on May 1 this year. The wider release brings it to another 10 nations, across a total of over 300 stores worldwide.
The standalone VR headset offers a simplified alternative to the more advanced Oculus Rift headset, as a similarly-untethered headset for dedicated virtual reality experiences – whether that’s movies, shows, 360-degree tours, or interactive games.
It doesn’t have the room-scale sensors or processing might of the Rift, but it's intended as a more price-accessible alternative for the average household, much in the vein of the Lenovo Mirage Solo.
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So, where do I get it?
The Oculus Go price has been set at £200/£250 in the UK for 32GB and 64GB storage variants respectively, or €219/€269 in other European nations.
You’ll find a handy list of the participating retailers for each territory below:
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