At Oculus Connect 3 on Thursday, the company announced that the final version of its Touch controllers will launch on December 6 for $199. You’ll be able to pre-order Oculus Touch online and through retail partners on October 10. The company also says it’ll bundle VR Sports Challenge and The Unspoken games with all Touch pre-orders, as well as a second camera that users can put in their player area.
Oculus Touch will also support a room scale option if you happen to have the space. You can buy extra sensors for $79, which will also ship on December 6.
If you want to crunch the numbers, this means bundled Oculus Rift and Touch hardware will cost about $800, while the HTC Vive and wand controllers will cost about the same.