Its been reported that the Oculus Rift Development Kit 2 (DK2) has been officially discontinued and are completely sold out. This marks the dawn of a new VR era approaching us where the consumer version of the Oculus will be made publicly available Q1 2016.
It has been exciting to see how rapidly and innovative modern VR has become since Oculus’s Kickstarter campaign back in 2012; pulling in the likes of John Carmack, and even the Facebook acquisition. It has also spawned a lot of competitors such as the HTC Vive and Playstation’s Morpheus (now known as Playstation VR, because Sony is as bad at naming things as Nintendo is.)
While new VR will be rather pricey to start with as far as the higher tier ones go, we’re anxious to see how well this becomes adopted to consoles and PC alike. Along with the gradual shift to 4K tv’s, this is hyped to be the next branch of future entertainment at home.