Did you hear the news? The Oculus Go standalone VR headset is releasing today! We’ve got over 2,000 words of thoughts on the headset right here, a breakdown of its new social VR Rooms hub app, and even more coverage right here. But that’s not it — there’s more coming for Go later this month.
Later this May we’ll see the launch of the Oculus TV app, which will be a dedicated VR portal for all of your “favorite” TV entertainment. It’s a large 3D environment that you can hang out in with a massive screen either by yourself (or with friends) and gain access to not only streaming apps like Netflix and Hulu, but cable content as well.
When Oculus TV launches later this month it’ll include sponsorships with providers such as Showtime, ESPN, Pluto, Red Bull, and many others.
Oculus TV, combined with the new and improved Rooms, as well as the bevvy of content available on Go make it a very attractive entry point for the VR market.