Oculus VR is a virtual reality company.
And in a few weeks, it will be launching its first game.
It’s a first-person shooter called ARK.
The game will be free to download and will be playable on PC, Mac and iOS.
In a blog post today, Facebook said it acquired Oculus VR for $1.4B in cash and stock.
That’s $1 billion in cash.
It also said the company will add a $500M Series B round of funding.
Oculus VR’s first game is called ARk: Survival Evolved, which is set in the same world as Oculus Rift’s ARK and Rift DK2 virtual reality games.
That game was released last October.
The ARK game will not have Oculus Rift support, but Facebook said Oculus Rift developers will continue to use it.
The company said that ARK will be the first game on its Oculus platform to feature Oculus Rift, and that Oculus Rift will be used to support ARK for the foreseeable future.
VRFocus will continue its coverage of ARK as the game launches on the Oculus platform.
Facebook said the ARK studio will use the Oculus SDK, a set of APIs that allow the Oculus Rift headset to work with the game’s graphics.
The Oculus VR SDK was acquired by Facebook in December.
It will not be available on other platforms.
Facebook also said that Oculus VR will be part of Facebook’s efforts to bring virtual reality to the world’s classrooms.
The studio will create virtual classrooms that let students walk around with Oculus Rift headsets, and use virtual cameras to take pictures and video.
Facebook will also use the ARKY studio’s technology to help teachers and students learn more about VR and ARK, and to better teach and teach with virtual reality.