Facebook eyes VR accessibility as it launches Oculus Go for $199

Facebook eyes VR accessibility as it launches Oculus Go for $199

Facebook has released the $199 Oculus Go virtual reality headset during its F8 Developer Conference.

The hardware is the company’s first standalone headset and has launched with more than 1,000 apps, games and experiences.

As well as the standard 32GB version for $199, there is also a 64GB model available for $249.

It’s been launched in 23 countries around the world including the UK and US.

Accessible VR?

During his F8 keynote, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg called the Oculus Go the “easiest way to get into VR” and said he felt the headset would “be how a lot of people experience VR and presence for the first time”.

Everyone attending F8 was given a free Oculus Go headset to keep.

Senior Editor

Craig Chapple is Senior Editor of and He was previously Deputy Editor at Develop and Online Editor at Nintendo of Europe.


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