Goal: The new VR headset will arrive in October 2022, says Mark Zuckerberg

Goal: The new VR headset will arrive in October 2022, says Mark Zuckerberg


Meta's new VR viewer will arrive in October 2022, this is what Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of the company and therefore obviously informed of the facts, reported, so we can take the prediction made for the launch of the new device as good.

Recall that Meta has long since acquired the entire Oculus, which makes the prospect of a new virtual reality viewer very interesting, which will likely present itself as an evolution of the Rift and Meta Quest 2, with the latter being currently represents the most successful viewer launched so far on the market (despite having recently received a significant price increase).

Considering the spread of Meta Quest 2, therefore, it will be interesting to see what the company will propose with its next virtual reality headset, which will have to be presented shortly if the launch timing is really focused on October. The information came from Zuckerberg himself in Joe Rogan's podcast, during which Meta's new virtual experience took up a large part of the interview.

However, the topics touched on by Zuckerberg seem mainly refer to a VR headset intended for social connection and shared experiences online in a virtual context. It therefore seems to be what is identified as Project Cambria, that is a hybrid viewer between AR and VR that includes numerous sensors and is designed above all for business use, rather than video games.

In any case, we will keep d keep an eye on the issue, as some announcements or presentations may emerge as early as next month.

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'Only if he plays for Coventry!' - Man City star De Bruyne in F1 offer as he supports Verstappen at Belgian GP

Kevin De Bruyne attended the Belgium Grand Prix and was jokingly told he can drive for Red Bull - but only if he plays for Coventry City first!

  • De Bruyne at his home Grand Prix
  • Given cheeky offer to drive Red Bull's car
  • Swapped shirts with world champion Verstappen
  • WHAT HAPPENED? Ahead of the Belgium Grand Prix, Kevin De Bruyne met Christian Horner, the team principal of Red Bull Racing, as well as the current leader of the Formula One world championships Max Verstappen. The Manchester City playmaker was a guest of the team ahead of the race in his home country.

    WHAT THEY SAID: Sky Sports' Martin Brundle told De Bruyne: 'Christian will give you a go in one of these cars.'

    Horner then jumped in to reply: 'Only if he plays for Coventry City!'

    THE BIGGER PICTURE: De Bruyne and Verstappen met up before the Belgium Grand Prix and exchanged shirts, with the Formula One world champion sharing the moment with his followers on his Instagram.


    WHAT NEXT FOR DE BRUYNE? De Bruyne will have little time to rest as City are due straight back in Premier League action following their 4-2 win over Crystal Palace. They host Nottingham Forest on August 31 before travelling to Aston Villa on September 3.

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