Oculus Go, the company’s $ 200 standalone 3DOF headset released last month, is finally available through Oculus retail partners in Europe and Canada. Online availability is fairly wide-spread, while some brick-and-mortar locations now have the headset in stock on store shelves.
Update (June 26th, 2018): Oculus Go is now available via Canada and European retailers. We’ve update the list below to include countries previously missing from Oculus’ initial availability announcement.
Original article (June 2nd, 2018): European residents have (mostly) been able to order Oculus Go directly through the Oculus website since it launched early last month, with the company delivering to many countries in the EU and Schengen Zone including Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, and the UK.
Come June 26th, residents of the UK, France, Germany, Netherlands, and Switzerland (and more, see update) will be able to walk into a brick-and-mortar shop and snag one off the shelves. Touted as a low-price, high-quality mobile VR headset, Oculus Go is available in two types: a 32GB version for €220/£200, and a 64GB version for €270/£250.
Check out the in-store and online availability below:
UK Store Availability
Germany Store Availability
France Store Availability
If you’re outside the countries above, remember that many Europe-based Amazons deliver outside their official area of service, including many countries in the EU not listed above.
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