First announced all the way back in January of this year, HTC’s latest PC-based VR headset, the Vive Cosmos, is finally almost here. Arriving in Europe on October 3rd (and mid-October for those in the US) for £699 / $699, the Cosmos has the highest resolution screen of any Vive headset so far, squeaking just ahead of the £1119 / $1098 HTC Vive Pro‘s 1440×1600 pixels-per-eye with 1440×1700 per-eye. Admittedly, a hundred extra pixels might not sound like much, but compared to the original Vive’s 1080×1200 pixels-per-eye, it sounds like quite the jump. I’ll reserve judgement until I’ve been able test one myself, but the main thing that intrigues me about the Cosmos is its modular face plate design. Because everybody loves a good mod.