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Facebook Just Made Developing VR Games A Lot Cheaper

Epic Games and Oculus have collaborated together for a new way for developers -- especially those classified as indie -- to cut operating expenses when developing games and apps for the Oculus Rift. Facebook Oculus will be stepping in to cover royalty fees for some VR projects.
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