But the headset alone isn't enough to totally set it apart. When you're playing VR games with standard devices like Oculus Touch, the Xbox One controller, Vive controllers and PS VR Move, chances are you still won't be fully immersed in the experience. They're great devices but your hands are still only controlling digital hands.
That's a problem peripheral makers across the world are trying to solve, with controllers that add to VR gaming in different ways. While a few are still in the middle of development, others are nearly ready for prime time.