Palmer Luckey, arguably the face for VR, has left Facebook.
Zenimax says it may seek an injunction to halt the sale of Oculus Rift headsets.
The Oculus founder’s knowledge was questioned because he doesn’t have a degree.
Jury selection has begun but the headache isn’t over for Facebook and Oculus just yet.
The founder of Oculus wades into a Reddit AMA to apologise for the pricing confusion around the most recognisable name in VR.
VR may be literal fun and games for most of us, but the court case between ZeniMax and Oculus will require Facebook’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg to get personally involved.
It’s not pretty, but it sure is funny. Let’s just hope that all the fun-poking doesn’t kill VR before it even gets here.
Facebook has shelled out $2bn for Oculus VR in a bid to bring VR to more people, faster.