Rift Gets Dynamic Bundle Pricing In Oculus November Update | Upload

We’re still waiting on the big Rift 2.0 update promised back at Oculus Connect in October, but Oculus does have some small tweaks for us in the meantime.

The Oculus November Update for Rift and Gear isn’t exactly headline-grabbing, but there are some nice inclusions. Namely on Rift the company has finally introduced dynamic bundle pricing. That means if you already own one or more of the games on offer in a bundle on the Oculus Store, the pricing will scale so you won’t actually have to pay for them again. This feature will arrive with the Rift 1.20 software update, which is beginning to roll out now.

For Gear VR, you can now view comments and reactions to your livestreams while inside VR, making the streaming process a little more seamless. WebGL2.0 support has also been added to improve WebVR and 3D web performance, while Oculus Rooms is getting the ability to share Facebook photos and bringing Chess into the social hub.

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