Oculus Rift Announces Rock Band VR During ‘The Game Awards’

Oculus Rift - Rock Band VR

Oculus has announced that it will be bringing the popular Rock Band franchise to its virtual reality headset.

Officials announced the big news on stage at The Game Awards in Los Angeles on Thursday night.

The announcement wasn’t about when the Rift would be available (or how much it will cost), so we are left with a Q1 2016 timeframe.

However, 23-year-old Oculus founder and Rift inventor Luckey did announce a new made-for-VR game called Rock Band VR.

The game was created in partnership with Harmonix and will be available in early 2016.

You can watch the full announcement from the Game Awards here:

No pricing has been given at this time, but that’s okay, we’ll pretty much buy anything Oculus puts out in the first few months.

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