Step inside new realities with Meta Quest 2, our most advanced VR system yet. Explore new dimensions of gaming, social and entertainment, or revolutionize your fitness regime. With no wires, no limits and no PC or console required, you’ll be ready to go within minutes by setting up using the Meta Quest smartphone app, your Facebook account and a wireless internet connection. An incredible multi-sensory experience immerses you in cinematic, 3D positional audio through built-in speakers, while mind-blowing high resolution graphics mean you see every detail of every virtual world, even when you’re moving at speed. An integrated 10,000mAh battery giving up to three hours’ gameplay or ten hours of entertainment combined with a comfort-driven design lets you explore deeper and further for longer, every time you step into VR. Choose between 128BG and 256GB options to meet the realities of your budget and your VR memory needs. Intuitive Touch controllers transport your movements directly into VR. Explore over 1,000 titles by connecting your VR headset to a gaming-compatible computer with an Meta Quest Link cable (PC and cable sold separately). Share the experience with virtual social spaces, multi-player gaming and virtual stadiums. Let others watch your performance by casting your VR experience to compatible TVs and other screens. There’s no end to what you can play, create and discover with Meta Quest 2. Meta Quest packaging will continue to carry the Oculus name and logo during the transition to our new branding.
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A:AnswerOculus is owned entirely by Facebook so it requires you to use your Facebook account in order to access the Oculus Store and the other services. You can't use the device without signing in and connecting it to your Facebook account.
A:AnswerMy friend says he has about 12 games there so far and isn’t to 50% yet. Most games are 1gb or so according to google. But that depends if and when they come out with some triple A games. On PS most games are only a few GB. When you DL a game like Call of Duty that jumps to about 60gb. I’d say 128 hits the spot for 1 actively played game or 2 that’s bigger, and a bunch of indie games. You can always re-download later.
A:AnswerYou can use it wired using a USB-C to USB-C cable connected to your PC, Oculus sells one themselves or you can get alternatives as they are cheaper.
You can also use it wirelessly using Virtual Desktop or Oculus Airlink, both available in the Oculus Store, although you might notice slight latency issues.
A:AnswerHeyyyy! Welcome to the club. I myself just worked and scraped together enough money to get one. A few key points of this over the production version that was recently dismissed. The 64GB version is replaced with the 128GB version for no additional consumer cost. It also will come with a silicone cover now. Previously no cover shipped, and the facial interface is known to have caused facial irritation and rashing and things to a few people. I highly suggest spending money to get a new facial interface from VRCover if you get the headset. I also suggest getting a new strap for the headset. The Oculus Elite Strap could do but has a record to snap after use, so I personally am gonna mod mine out once I get it with a more expensive HTC deluxe audio strap. Also, I suggest getting something with that strap as a counterweight. I would say a battery bank would be worth it since the Quest 2 only lasts 2 hours of play-time before needing charging, which gets progressively worse as it is a Lithium-Ion battery that degrades over time. Although when starting to use the device for the first time it is suggested to play only 15 minutes the first day, 30 the next, and work yourself up until comfortable. Play simple, and probably free games as you get used to the device and gain your "VR Legs" as people call it.
For the ORIGINAL QUESTION. It is said that it will release August 24th. Although it is noted that the BestBuy site currently is saying the 23rd of August.
A:AnswerUnfortunately no, there is no way to expand storage besides the internal memory as external drives will not work with the device. However, most VR games available are quite small (around 2-3gb) so you'll not need to upgrade storage unless you are a content creator and have to record a lot of gameplay.
A:AnswerThe previous release of the quest 2 came with the foam insert that you had, since then they have issued a voluntary recall or an option to get a free silicone face piece. This new release will have only a silicone piece.