While the Oculus Go has been a bit of a controversial product within the VR community, its purposes have finally been fulfilled. This according to an Oculus blog post the covers some major platform updates, including the retiring of the Oculus Go headset. Facebook states that, from the point forward, it will no longer be restocking Oculus Go headsets and, further more, will no longer sell any 3DoF (three degrees of freedom) headsets at all. That’s a huge step in the right direction in the eyes of many, as it means Facebook will now only sell 6DoF headsets like the Oculus Quest and Oculus Rift S.

6DoF was a massive paradigm shift in major VR headsets like the original Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, and PlayStation VR when they launched in 2016 and helped people understand that VR can be so much more immersive than simply turning your head in place. The Oculus Go launched on the heels of the…

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