During the Facebook Connect 2021, we got some information on upcoming games and updates for the Oculus Quest 2.
GTA San Andreas & More Coming to Oculus Quest 2
It’s no surprise Facebook has been pushing the Oculus Quest 2 after finding quite a lot of success with the hardware when it launched earlier this year.
Just this week resident Evil 4 VR launched and plenty of fans of the game have been jumping in to see this game from a new perspective, but what’s next for the VR headset when it comes to games?
Well first up, Mark Zuckerberg announced that Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas will be coming to the Oculus Quest 2.
We don’t have much information about the title other than it’s in the works, so that’s something.
Beat Saber recently surpassed $100 million USD in gross lifetime revenue on just the Quest platform alone. During Connect 2021 we learned more artists’ music packs are scheduled for 2022 and there will be another big surprise before the year is over.
The popular melee combat game Blade & Sorcery: Nomad is coming to Quest 2 on November 4. Here’s a further description of the game from the Oculus blog.
“In Blade & Sorcery: Nomad, every item, object, and character has weight and presence within the game world as it’s a fully physics-driven combat sandbox. There’s no block or parry button—instead, you must precisely deflect enemy strikes using your own weapons in real time. With over 20 different weapons to choose from, including a variety of swords, daggers, axes, maces, and more, there’s no shortage of ways to unleash your fury on the unsuspecting combatants that dare face you.”
Not a ton of news about VR, but if you’re a Quest 2 owner there is some stuff to look forward to this year and next. I’m sure we will learn even more about what’s coming to the platform at the next Quest event scheduled in 2022.
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