Facebook’s Oculus virtual reality business announced the first “Oculus Ready PCs” from ASUS, Alienware, and Dell Tuesday.

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Bundles will include a Rift virtual reality headset, sensory remote, Microsoft Xbox One controller and two games: “E.V.E. Valkyrie Founders Pack” and “Lucky’s Tale,” according to a statement on the company’s website.

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The PC and Rift  bundles start at $1499 and can be pre ordered through Best Buy, Amazon and the Microsoft Store. Oculus said its Oculus Ready and Rift Bundles will begin shipping in limited quantity in April.

Customers who have already pre-ordered Rift, can purchase discounted Oculus Ready PCs in select countries and regions, according to the virtual reality specialist.

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