As it gets a handle on the supply-demand gap, Oculus is now gradually rolling out the Rift VR headset in additional markets. It has been available in the United States for a couple of months now and the company today announced that the Oculus Rift headset is going to be available from select stores in Canada and across Europe starting next month. Customers in these markets can place their pre-orders now for this virtual reality headset.

Customers will be able to pre-order and purchase the Oculus Rift from Amazon in the United Kingdom, France, and Germany. It will also be available from John Lewis, Curry’s PC World, GAME Digital Plc, and London’s iconic department store Harrods in the UK.

The headset will also be available in France from FNAC, in Germany from Saturn and MediaMart as well as from Best Buy and Microsoft’s online store in Canada. Customers in these markets can place a pre-order today for the Oculus Rift. Suggested retail price in Europe is £549/€699. The company has confirmed that its headset will be available in-store starting September 20th.

All customers will get a free copy of the popular VR platformer Lucky’s as well as a collection of hundreds of 360 videos and VR movies.

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