The NFL is going all in on virtual reality, and it’s doing so without a headset.
The league has launched a virtual reality headset for each game and game mode in each league, but only for the Super Bowl, the College Football Playoff and the regular season.
It’s the first time the NFL has created a dedicated headset for VR.
And for a long time, the NFL was stuck on the Rift, which is a device designed to be worn over the eyes.
That device is limited to players on the field and can only track movement.
The Oculus Rift is the most widely used VR headset, and now the NFL is offering its own.
The headset, called the “NFL VR” headset, is a $299.99 standalone device that runs on an Intel-based laptop or desktop PC.
The VR headset uses an Intel Optane 5 GPU that uses Intel’s Omni-directional 3D sensing technology to provide positional tracking.
It also uses Intel Optano chips to provide a 3D image of the player’s face and head.
The goggles will be available for pre-order starting next month.
But the company behind the headset, NFL VR, is not just building a headset for the football world.
We’ve partnered with leading gaming company Supercell to offer a virtual version of the NFL to NFL players and fans, a first for a sports league.
This is a partnership with one of the most successful esports brands in the world.
We have been developing this partnership since the beginning, and I think it shows just how much the NFL cares about the future of esports.
And the NFLVR is the first VR headset that is designed to work with the latest gaming hardware and software.
NFLVR says the headset will be supported for at least the next six months, and you can expect the headsets to ship in December.
You can see the NFL VR headset in action on Supercell’s YouTube channel.
Supercell is a VR game developer and has been releasing VR games for some time, but the company says the NFLVVR headset is the next step in its efforts to build the next generation of VR gaming.
Supercell has partnered with the NFL since 2012 to make VR gaming a reality.
The NFL has partnered up with VR companies such as Oculus VR, HTC, Samsung and Razer in the past, but it hasn’t had a VR headset with a custom-built processor until now.
NFLVR says that the NFL VVR headset will provide “great positional tracking and immersion.”
This VR headset has a built-in microphone that allows for “real-time, real-world audio cues,” according to the company.
“This is the only VR headset to support the new Intel Optanod processors.
This makes it the first headset to feature a custom built processor to offer real-time positional tracking,” the company said in a press release.
So if you’re looking for a VR gaming headset, here’s what you need to know about the NFL.
Supercells VR headset is compatible with Oculus Rift and HTC Vive, and is also compatible with a number of other headsets.
Players will need to buy an NFL VR package to be able to experience VR.
For more information on the NFL and VR, visit the company’s website.