Regardless of the fact that the Oculus Rift pre-orders sold out in just 14 minutes, a number of people have pointed out that the VR headsetís price tag is much higher than what Oculus founder Palmer Lucky said it would be.
The price and availability of the Rift was announced on Wednesday 6th January. In the UK, it will set you back £499 and it costs gamers $599 in the US.
Despite the fact that this price covers the headset, a sensor, a remote, cables, Xbox controller and two games, many have taken to Twitter to express their disappointment, with some saying the price has made them changed their mind about getting one.