Oculus is about to release the motion controllers for its VR headset, and the company announced it will have 53 games that support the device during what it is calling the launch window. Oculus Touch, which is a set of controllers that track the position of your hands in 3D space as well as the placement of your fingers, launches on December 6 for $200. This will give Oculus input parity with the competing HTC Vive that runs on Steam VR and it will also enable you to play any of the VR games on Steam that require motion controls.
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