The Oculus Rift is a virtual reality headset with a screen that can be used to create virtual worlds in virtual reality.
It has been a virtual creation since its release in March 2016, but since then, there have been a few glitches.
There was the fact that the device didn’t function in many of the major games that were released with it.
There were also complaints that the display on the Rift didn’t work in a game that supported it.
This has led to people who were able to use the Rift to play games like Battlefield 1 and Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare being disappointed.
A new prototype, the Oculus Rift DK2, has been released by Oculus VR and it’s supposed to fix those problems.
The Oculus DK2 will support the DK1, DK2 and DK3 headsets, as well as the DK2 Pro and DK4 models.
It’s going to be compatible with all Oculus Rift headsets.
The DK2 is going to cost $799.
The price is going up from $799 to $899 and it will ship on February 18, 2018.
The first DK2 models will cost $699 and the first DK3 models will be $799, according to Oculus VR.
The Rift DK1 and DK2 have been released and they are also compatible with the DK3 and DK1 headsets.
Oculus VR has said that they are going to release more Rift products in the future.