Oculus Share Hits Milestone with 2 Million Unique Downloads
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Oculus has once again reached a significant milestone, and this time it’s with its Oculus VR Share platform—an online VR marketplace that allows developers to publish and share their own Oculus-ready games and experiences with the world to discover and download for the Oculus Rift virtual reality headset.
Earlier this week, Oculus announced via its Twitter account page that its Oculus VR Share (Beta) Platform has hit 2,000,0000 unique downloads from its growing library of virtual reality content created by the community.
Oculus Share just crossed 2 million unique downloads! With 600+ games/apps, the creativity of the VR community is nothing short of awesome!— Meta Quest (@MetaQuestVR) March 24, 2015
While no official release date for the consumer version of the Oculus Rift has been announced yet, it’s clear that Oculus is making sure with its self-publishing VR platform that there will be no shortage of available VR content to satisfy everyone’s needs at the time of launch.