Tech giant Oculus VR has unveiled its latest hardware, the Rift, which features an integrated camera, built-in headphones, and a microphone for a headset that’s capable of up to four people to chat with one another.
The company has partnered with a Chinese manufacturer, ANTARES, to create a headset for VR headsets that will go on sale later this year.
The headset, called the Oculus Rift DK2, will ship with the ANTARCES headset, which is currently available only in China.
It will also ship with an ANTARS SDK that’s designed for headsets that can also be used with smartphones, like the Oculus DK1 and the HTC Vive.
The Oculus Rift will go into mass production by early 2018, and will be sold at a price of $599.
The DK2 will be available for $399, and the headset will be priced at $399.
It’s a bit more affordable than the Oculus HMD, which was the first to launch.