Oculus burst onto the scene a few years ago with its Rift headset on Kickstarter, and it has been at E3 every year since 2014 - but for E3 2017, the Facebook-owned VR company won't have a presence.
Last year, Oculus had its biggest ever E3 attendence, with multiple levels and rooms showing off Oculus Touch controllers and Rift content. Even at GDC 2017 a couple of months ago, Oculus had a large presence - but skipping one of the biggest gaming-focused events of the year? Interesting, to say the least.
Last updated: Apr 6, 2020 at 04:46 pm CDT
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