The VR space has been quite lucrative for a lot of companies, including Oculus and Sony. Now, Valve is looking to cash in. The developer of the popular PC platform Steam has been working on the Valve Index for quite some time now. However, they've been keeping details about their first VR headset pretty close to the chest.\r\n\r\nThanks to a leaked landing page on Steam, however, we now know a little more regarding its release date and spec details. It is tentatively scheduled for a May release this year. That's only one month away. What capabilities and specs will the Index have, though?\r\n\r\nWell, we can pretty much assume the Index will have motion-sensing controllers. That's because Valve was heavily involved in the making of the HTC Vive, which featured the same type of technology. It also makes sense that the Index would be priced similarly to the Vive, probably around $400-$500. These are just rough estimates, and Valve certainly could lower their prices to get people more interested in virtual reality gaming.\r\n\r\nAs far as the Index's overall design, leaks are showing a pretty sleek headset. It makes sense that Valve would try to refine their VR headset, making it lightweight. This enables users to move around more freely, as opposed to being weighed down by a heavy VR headset.\r\n\r\nThe Valve Index more than likely will be completely wireless. PC gamers looking to play VR titles thus will have added room to move around.\r\n\r\nGoing back to the controllers, we could see an upgraded version of the SteamVR Knuckles. They'll feature straps that secure around the hands, saving players from having to physically hold onto controllers while they play. It's a great design that should givers users an even more convenient VR experience.\r\n\r\nIt should be noted that many of the components necessary to play VR probably won't be included with the Valve Index. Instead, it looks like PC users will have to purchase these components separately. Still, this should make the VR headset much more affordable. It wouldn't be surprising to see Valve drop the headset down to $299, quite honestly. At that price point, the Index could sell extremely well.\r\n\r\nFortunately for PC gamers looking for an authentic VR experience, the wait for the Valve Index may not be that much longer if these recent leaks are accurate. Expect to see some trailer reveals here pretty soon.