Facebook has unveiled the Oculus Rift S, a new virtual reality headset for the PC that represents a major upgrade to its 2016 product, the .
Nate Mitchell, head of virtual reality products and cofounder of Facebook’s Oculus division, said in an interview with GamesBeat that the company will launch the Rift S soon for $400.
In the meantime, the company is on track to launch its Oculus Quest wireless VR headset this spring.
Both products are appealing, and Oculus showed off a bunch of VR games for both systems. Each system has the improved Oculus Insight, or inside-out tracking, which gets rid of the external sensors and instead mounts camera sensors on the headset itself.
This new form of tracking led Oculus to create