Facebook-owned Oculus VR has finally released its Rift Touch controllers.

During the virtual reality company's third-annual Oculus Connect conference in October, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg took the stage to reveal Oculus is making a standalone VR headset that works without cords, as well as more details about the Touch controllers, which can be used with its tethered headset.

We've detailed everything you need to know below, including how much Touch costs and when you can get them. We also have this piece that details what they are and how you can use them.

According to Oculus, Oculus Touch is a "pair of tracked controllers that deliver natural 'hand presence' - the feeling that your virtual hands are actually your own." The controllers, which were first announced last year, work with the Oculus Rift VR headset. For more information, see our Oculus Touch guide.

Oculus Touch is priced at $199/£189.

Oculus promised the Touch controllers would work at room scale, but you'll need to use a third camera placed in the back of the room. Those cameras will cost $79 each. The Rift's $599/£499 headset package, when combined with the controllers' $199 price and the extra camera's $79 price, makes the full platform more expensive than the $799 HTC Vive, which has two Lighthouse tracking boxes and two handheld controllers.

Oculus Touch became available on 6 December. The controller bundle comes with two titles (VR Sports Challenge and The Unspoken), a connector for Rock Band VR, and a second camera. Remember, a third sensor, which releases 6 December, is needed for Touch controllers to room-scale.

Go to the Oculus Shop to order the controllers online. Oculus VR offers international shipping.

Oculus VR previously announced that Oculus Touch will launch with 54 supported titles, including games like The Climb, Job Simulator, The Unspoken, and Kingspray. You can go here to see the full list of titles.