Gaming last year Share Tweet Pin Share By Stephany Nunneley, Tuesday, 1 May 2018 21:07 GMT Bonus: Want to stay up to date on our latest Rare Norm news ? Oculus Go, the less expensive VR option from Oculus, is now available for purchase. Interested parties can purchase Oculus Go through the official website in 23 countries. The standalone headset does not require other hardware, which means you don’t need a phone, or PC to use it. Two options are available: the 32GB model for $199 and the 64GB model for $249. Oculus Go is a lightweight headset featuring built in spatial audio, an integrated microphone, support straps, and an optimized facial interface. Users will have access to over 1,000 games, there’s nearly 100 new and updated titles to try right now and more to follow in the coming months. Other experiences such as those listed below are also available: An update to Oculus Rooms with a fully redesigned and customizable environment, more life-like avatars and the ability to watch full-length movies from among the hundreds of top titles in the Oculus Store. We’re also bringing Hasbro games to Rooms: Boggle joins the platform this month, with Monopoly + Trivial Pursuit brand experiences coming later. Oculus TV is a brand-new way to experience your favorite serialized content. A custom-built 3D environment with a massive screen and virtual seating area, Oculus TV also serves as a convenient hub to launch your favorite individual VR entertainment apps, like Netflix, Hulu, and Showtime. Oculus Venues, where you can watch live concerts, sports, comedy shows, and other events with your closest friends and an audience of thousands of people around the world (available beginning May 30). Oculus Go was announced during the Oculus Connect 4 conference back in October. During the conference, it was also announced the temporary Oculus Rift price drop had become a permanent reduction.