Developers now have the opportunity to test and analyze their app, and sort out any problems before the official launch of Oculus Rift.
Oculus Rift is set to release for general public in the first quarter of 2016, which means that the final touches are being put on the highly anticipated VR device.
To ensure that everything works smoothly at launch, Oculus is shipping early builds of Rift’s final version to the developers so that they can test and analyze their app, and get them ready for the launch.
Oculus has also sent out an email in which it addresses the developers that haven’t received the hardware just yet. This email asks developers to submit preview app of their project through Oculus Submission Tool, and then they will contact them with the next steps.
This type of testing is a norm as the developers want to make sure that everything is working fine before the final version of their product hits the shelves.
Rift is scheduled to make its way to general public in the first quarter of next year, so if you’re looking to get one, the wait is almost over.
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