Explore PC-based VR titles* without losing the freedom to move. Connect your Quest 2 headset to to your gaming PC to access over 1,000 titles in the Meta Quest Rift library. Designed for VR, this ultra-fast, actively powered 16ft (5m) USB Type-C cable lets you enjoy the movement you love, even when you’re connected. A fiber optic core keeps the extra long cable light and flexible, while a 90-degree headset connector arm and velcro strap ensure it stays out out of your way as you explore. Meta Quest packaging will continue to carry the Oculus name and logo during the transition to our new branding.
Expand your library
Access 1,000+ PC-based VR titles in the Meta Quest Rift library*
Freedom to roam
An extra long, 16 ft (5m) construction that gives you space to move in VR, even when connected to your PC
The speed you need
Capable of up to 5Gbps, the Link Cable has the capacity to keep your experience flowing smoothly–even at 16 ft (5m).
Constructed to keep you nimble
A fiber optic core retains greater lightness and flexibility than copper-based cables, letting you duck, bob and weave more freely in VR
Charge as you play
The actively powered USB C cable charges your headset’s built-in battery so it’s ready to go when you’re ready to go cable-free
Enjoy effortless compatibility
Engineered for use with official Meta Quest hardware and accessories (sold separately)
Premium industrial design
Meta Quest materials, colors and finish
We are now Meta Quest
Packaging will continue to carry the Oculus name and logo during the transition to our new branding.
*Compatible gaming PC required, not included. See the Meta Quest website for PC specifications.
Meta Link 16' Virtual Reality Headset Cable for PC Gaming on Oculus Quest
A:AnswerTo play stand-alone games on the Quest 2, no, you do not need to purchase anything additional. In the box you get the headset, a charger, two controllers, and a "glasses spacer" to help if you need to wear glasses while using the headset.
If you want to play computer-based VR games through the Quest 2, you will need additional software or hardware. You can either purchase software to make this work wirelessly (a Google search will tell you all you need to know on how to do this), or you can buy a USB-C cable to connect the Quest 2 to your computer (of course, your computer must support USB-C for this to work). Oculus has its own USB-C cable called the Link (expensive but good), but Google can also point you to lower-priced options.
A:AnswerI was able to use my Quest (NOT THE QUEST 2, hasnt arrived yet to test) with a third party usb-cable just fine, but did purhcase the Oculus one here bc its longer and will definitely work. Most of the third party cables that work are only 10ft or less. Keep in mind the link cable is just so you can play wired PC Oculus games, you can be totally wireless playing any native Quest game. Hope that helps.
A:AnswerThere are two ways you could do this. The first would be to send display output directly from your computer that you are linked to to the TV. The other option is to cast to a chromecast attached to the tv.