If you want a hint about where Facebook is headed, look to virtual reality. Today, it’s pushing its view of the future into the real world with the release of Oculus Go. The standalone VR headset goes on sale today for $199. At that price point, Facebook’s trying to convince people that VR can be easy, affordable, even intuitive. Facebook’s also introducing a few new things you can do in VR: Oculus TV lets you stream Netflix or Hulu into your headset; Oculus Venues does the same for live concerts, sporting events, and comedy shows. There’s also Oculus Rooms, a place to casually hang out and play a friendly board game with friends … in virtual reality. Thinking of buying it? Read our Oculus Go review first.