So you’ve moved your furniture and upgraded your PC - the last piece of the puzzle is how much to set aside for an HTC Vive.
Thanks to an early leak of news expected to be made official at MWC this evening, we now have the answer: $799 for the complete kit.
That’s $200 more than an Oculus Rift, but includes a complete kit with everything you need to get up and running in VR.
That means you get the headset, twin controllers, two base stations, a link box to hook the whole thing up to your PC, a pair of Vive-branded earbuds and all the cables you’ll need.
It’ll apparently come bundled with Job Simulator: the 2050 Archives and Fantastic Contraptions so you’ve got something to play as soon as you set up your headset.
The built-in microphone can be used for more than just gaming too. Phone services will let you pair your smartphone to the headset, so you don’t have to unplug from VR to answer a call or check your text messages.
You’ll have to wait until early April to get your hands on one, but will be able to stump up the cash for a pre-order at 10AM EST on the 29th of February.