Today Oculus has announced that its annual conference Oculus Connect (OC) will be taking place in October across two days at the San Jose McEnery Convention Centre, California.
Running from 11th – 12th October 2017, at present only the date has been revealed with the Oculus blog stating: “We’ll share details on how to register and this year’s exciting lineup of speakers, tech talks, and special guests in the coming months, so stay tuned!”
Oculus always saves its biggest announcements for OC, with last years event showcasing the ‘Santa Cruz’ wireless headset, and videogames such as Arktika.1 by 4A Games, Robo Recall by Epic Games and Force Field VR’s Landfall all making their debut.
It’ll be especially relevant for 2017 as the company didn’t have an official presence during last week’s Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) event, with just a handful of developers using the headset for their demonstrations.
And with everything that’s gone on – and still going on – in relation to Zenimax’s lawsuit and Palmer Luckey having left – he wasn’t exactly present at OC3 – Oculus/Facebook maybe looking at ending the year on a more positive note.
As further details are released about the upcoming conference VRFocus will bring you all the latest updates.