This year, Facebook clearly has something up its sleeves for .
Every year, the social networking giant holds a developer conference in San Jose to bring together the virtual reality community while also announcing its big initiatives for the coming year. In 2018, that was , a $399 device that doesn’t have any wires nor does it need a powerful computer to run its apps. In 2017, it , a $199 entry-level wireless device designed with minimal power, but for the masses.
This year, the rumors have been light about new hardware. Instead, the focus will likely be on software. As in new games, like Lucasarts next installment in its well-received big-budget new game from Electronic Arts., and a
There’s also indications Oculus may have new VR technologies on tap. On Tuesday, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg posted a video of what looked to be his hands in VR, spelling out an abbreviation for the event — OC6 — to his Facebook page.
The event is due to kick off with what’s usually Mark Zuckerberg’s opening keynote at 10 a.m. PT / 1 pm.m ET on Wednesday, Sept. 25.