Razer is making a $350 headset for the Rift, which it unveiled at its Computex press conference in early August.
The headset will be available on Friday, with a $349 price tag.
It has been a long time coming for the $349 headset, but Razer says it’s ready to roll.
“We wanted to launch a VR headset with the Rift in mind and we’re thrilled to finally be able to,” said Rob Riggle, senior vice president of global consumer products and software at Razer.
“It’s going to be great for gamers, it’s going the way of the dodo, it will be great as a gaming headset.
It’s really a great product, and we’ll definitely see great things come from it.”
Razer also announced the Oculus Rift DK2 headset for $399, a more expensive alternative to the $299 Razer Razer BlackWidow.
The $399 Oculus Rift headset also works with the PlayStation VR, Xbox One and PC, and comes with a standard USB port.
The Razer Black Widow headset has a USB-C port, but the $399 version is compatible with most devices.