Attempting to take you away from your computer, Oculus has announced Oculus Quest: the VR headset that doesn't require a PC. 

Costing $399, and out spring 2019, Facebook CEO and lover of data Mark Zuckerberg said that the forthcoming virtual reality headset 'will complete our first generation of Oculus products.' According to the man who loves a booster cushion, Quest has 'the key attributes of the ideal VR system.'

If you fork out almost 400 bones next year you'll get the goggles, and the Touch controllers, and be able to enjoy VR in 1600 x 1440 resolution in each flipping eye. It's entirely wireless, with no sensors to speak of, and has built-in speakers. Vice president of VR at Facebook, Hugo Barra, said that 'we are going to invest significantly in this new platform.'

It will launch with over 50 games including The Climb, Moss, and the recently announced Star Wars title, Vader Immortal.

Virtual reality is yet to penetrate the mainstream, but it's pretty evident that Facebook is looking to go hard with Oculus Quest.

To see some people saying 'whoa' over and over again, have a look at the trailer below.

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