Watch Meta's Quest VR Gaming Showcase here

Expect new game announcements, gameplay reveals, and more.

Watch Meta's Quest VR Gaming Showcase here

Ready to see the future of VR gaming on Meta Quest?

Meta's second annual VR gaming showcase is about to start, highlighting what gamers can expect this year from Meta Quest (formerly Oculus Quest) VR headsets.

At this event, Oculus has confirmed that new games will be revealed, that we will be seeing some gameplay first-looks at new titles, and that we will be receiving updates on upcoming VR games that are due to launch this year. On top of that, Meta has said that we should expect "a whole lot of surprises".

    This is our second annual celebration of content from across the Quest portfolio of games. You can expect new game announcements, gameplay first-looks, updates on games coming in the next year, and a whole lot of surprises.

The stream is due to start at today at 10am PT/1pm ET/6pm BT. Currently, we expect to see Cities VR, Among Us VR and The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners – Chapter 2 at the event. We also expect to be updated on Stress Level Zero, a new game from the developer of Boneworks.

While this event will be focused on the Meta Quest series of VR headsets, many of the games that will be showcased today will be released on alternative VR platforms, such as PC (PCVR) and PlayStation (PSVR).

You can join the discussion on Meta's Quest Gaming Showcase on the OC3D Forums.

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20-04-2022, 18:50:52

Dicehunter
I'm not interested in VR until a few things happen having tried the HTC Vive, HTC Vive Cosmos, Oculus CV1, Rift S, Quest 1, Quest 2 and Valve Index -

-An HMD with much wider FoV and higher resolution.

-A dedicated displayport or HDMI output to a PC GPU so after doing mobile VR I could simply plug in 1 cable to the HMD directly, And specifically, In to the PC GPU to enable increased visual fidelity and higher performance.

-Vastly improved tracking for hands so controllers would not be needed at all, Have wrist bands with trackers on them.

-Eye and mouth tracking for social experiences to be more immersive.Quote
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