The customer version of the keenly-predictable HTC Vive will go on demonstrate to a fortunate untimely few next month, with the PC Gamer Weekender chosen to showcase the VR Headset. It will be one of the primary opportunities for the British community to test out the concluding version of the gadget.
The Vive, backed by Valve, has rapidly declared itself as one of the main players in the growing virtual realism world, taking benefit of Oculus Rift's deceleration since its acquire by Facebook. With Sony's PlayStation VR also making headlines, HTC is currently one of three companies at the front line of virtual reality's second impending.
Though premature versions of the HTC Vive have been tried at shows across the globe, this is the ultimate customer version, exposed this week at MWC 2016, which will begin delivery in April 2016.
The PC Gamer Weekender, takes put in London at the Old Truman Brewery on March 5-6 with tickets still obtainable for the occasion.
Nvidia will be the one showing off the confirmed Vive at its booth throughout the occasion. Nvidia is an official associate of the Vive, and HTC has comprised the equal or higher of the Ge Force GTX 970 GPU as part of its suggested PC specs for the headset.