The Oculus Touch hand-held VR controller, which was originally slated to arrive with the Oculus Rift VR headset during the first quarter of this year, has been delayed until the second half of 2016. The company announced this in a blog post stating “On Touch hardware, we’ve made significant advances in ergonomics, and we’re implementing many changes that make Touch even more comfortable, reliable, and natural.” The Touch isn’t necessary as a Xbox One controller will ship with the Rift, but it will provide a more immersive virtual reality experience. The post also revealed that a “huge amount of ground-breaking new content” will be launching alongside the Touch.

They also mentioned that pre-orders for the Rift were launching soon.