Oculus Addresses Some Of The Internet's Biggest Concerns

Palmer Luckey, co-founder of Oculus, has been known to show up on Reddit to respond to fans since the virtual reality's Kickstarter first showed up two years ago. Yesterday, he took to Reddit again to reply to many angry fans about their concerns.

The internet was up in arms immediately after it was announced that Facebook bought the virtual reality startup yesterday. Though his post on Reddit closely resembles the official Oculus statement, the Oculus co-founder's follow-up interactions responding to Reddit's questions do shed light on some of the bigger concerns people have been voicing.

On targeting Facebook's market and losing control of Oculus:

Oculus Addresses Some Of The Internet's Biggest Concerns


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On the timing of the announcement:

Oculus Addresses Some Of The Internet's Biggest Concerns


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On Facebook integration:

Oculus Addresses Some Of The Internet's Biggest Concerns


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Oculus Addresses Some Of The Internet's Biggest Concerns


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On indie developers:

Oculus Addresses Some Of The Internet's Biggest Concerns


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On where $2 billion gets spent:

Oculus Addresses Some Of The Internet's Biggest Concerns


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On bringing balance to the force:

Oculus Addresses Some Of The Internet's Biggest Concerns

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Oculus Addresses Some Of The Internet's Biggest Concerns

Top image by Charles Dharapak, Associated Press, altered by Kotaku