Oculus' proprietary motion controller, Oculus Touch, is launching 6th December and will cost $199 for a pair of these, the VR company announced at its press conference moments ago.

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That may sound spendy, but the good news is that they'll include two games bundled into their cost: VR Sports Challenge and The Unspoken.

You may recall The Unspoken as the two-player magic-dueling game by Insomniac (of Ratchet & Clank and Sunset Overdrive fame). I spent upwards of a half-hour playing The Unspoken back in April and had a grand ol' time with the VR title.

Oculus CEO and co-founder Brendan Irebe also announced that Oculus Touch will support room-scale VR. To do this, you'll need to buy extra sensors to accomodate the larger space. These sensors will cost $79 a piece and will be available upon the Touch's 6th December launch.

Pre-orders for Oculus Touch will be available on 10th October.

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