Dota 2 alongside Virtual Reality with the HTC Vive Device

An exciting item has reached the market for those who are very much into virtual reality – a special edition of the headset from HTC, Vive for Dota 2. The headset looks a little more polished than the usual virtual reality headset, and the price is there to confirm it – 800 dollars. If you’re new to this world, you might think “Wow! That’s pricy!” but the original headset is situated at the same price. However, this has a more elegant vibe, the red head strap being a nice addition to the original. HTC gracefully added the Dota 2 logo in the back of the head, as well as The International logo. Now, we can all look a little bit more fancy while enjoying virtual reality – and not just looking like some fools ripped from reality. Another popular headset you might have heard of is the Rift, the first version appearing on the market under the name of Oculus Rift DK1. All of us VR users remember how everyone was customizing their own headset of this sort, so we’re sure that the producers have caught up to the demand for a more elegant, premium looking headset. We have to say that there are customization options for both headsets, the Vibe and the Rift, but they are based on other features rather than the look of it. VRCover has offered some options for both gadgets against sweating, which everyone knows happens and is not the most pleasant feeling when experiencing VR. Anyway, if you are interested in this new special version of the HTC Vive headset – The International is already selling it and there are rumors of it being a limited edition, so if you really like it, you might want to go right ahead and buy it. You can find it on the WeLoveFine store – the not so secret store The International has for this sort of things. We have to say we like HTC’s intention of customizing the headset a little bit and showing their clients a more premium looking virtual reality headset. We’re excited for more to come!

6 thoughts on “Dota 2 alongside Virtual Reality with the HTC Vive Device

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    My son is interested in this. Does it have software that needs to be downloaded from a computer; or does it have all the VR experiences loaded onto the Vive itself.

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    Just tried the HTC Vive system in Veldhoven, The Netherlands.

    It was awesome !!!!!!!

    Hope to have one myself ASAP : )

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    It plugs into the back of your head. You will not be moving around.They made a documentary about this device a while back. I believe it was titled “The Matrix”.

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    If the Vive will require a HDMI connection, how will a person walk around a room?

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