Microsoft and Oculus: You’ll be able to get a virtual reality headset in 2016

Microsoft and Facebook have announced that Oculus VR will be getting a new headset, and it’ll come in 2016.

This means that Oculus will get the full VR headset platform that Google and Sony are building and shipping now.

It also means that the Oculus headset will come with Google’s Google Cardboard, an inexpensive, 360-degree video-capable VR headset that has been out for a while.

Oculus said that the new headset will be available in “early 2017,” but the company doesn’t know when exactly.

The new headset is the same as the one that Google is shipping today.

This is an upgraded version of the Oculus Rift that has a larger field of view, more cameras, and more powerful hardware.

That means it will have more sensors, more room to maneuver, and will have much more room for positional tracking.

It’s still a virtual headset, but it’ll be a better one.

The announcement of the new VR headset is coming after Oculus announced that it’s working on its own VR headset for the Oculus Store.

The company also announced that its Oculus Cardboard headset will get an update later this year.

It won’t be compatible with Google Cardboards, and its creators aren’t saying much about what they’re doing with it.

Oculus has said that it plans to release the new Oculus headset this year, though we don’t know whether that means it’ll ship this year or next.

We’ll be keeping an eye on the Oculus Oculus Rift VR headset, the headset that’s getting its first update this year on the Google Cardio headset.