Oculus Quest Cross-Buy: All the Games

When the Oculus Quest finally arrives on 21st May the device isn’t going to be short of content as Facebook has managed to secure a decent line-up of over 50 apps and videogames for consumers to enjoy. For those new to the Oculus ecosystem, they’ll have first-person shooters to enjoy, rhythm action titles to sweat to and plenty of 360-degree videos to consume when they want a rest. If you happen to already own an Oculus Rift with a sizable library of titles then the situation is even better, as you’ll more than likely have several titles ready to go thanks to Oculus’ cross-buy solution. If you need to check, VRFocus has put together a handy list of the videogames that support the feature. 

With the launch not far away more experiences seem to arrive adding the cross-buy feature so do check back as we update this article. While many developers have chosen to support the option there are some that have not, such as Beat Games’ and its highly popular Beat Saber, recently confirming the news on Twitter and SUPERHOT VR.

The (not definitive) Oculus Quest cross-buy list:

  • Apex Construct
  • Angry Birds VR: Isle of Pigs
  • BoxVR
  • Creed: Rise to Glory
  • Dance Central
  • Dead and Buried II
  • Eleven: Table Tennis VR
  • The Exorcist: Legion VR
  • Face Your Fears 2
  • I Expect You to Die
  • Journey of the Gods
  • Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes
  • OrbusVR: Reborn
  • Racket: Nx
  • Racket Fury: Table Tennis VR
  • Robo Recall
  • Shadow Point
  • Space Pirate Trainer
  • Sports Scramble
  • The Climb
  • Thumper
  • Tilt Brush
  • Ultrawings

So that’s the grand total for the moment, should any more be announced VRFocus will be sure to update this list accordingly.

There will be two versions of the Oculus Quest available the 64GB model for £399GBP/$399USD and the 128GB model for £499/$499. Specs include a resolution of 1,440 x 1,600 per eye (2,880 x 1,600 total), 2-3 hour battery life and inside-out tracking (Oculus Insight). To learn more check out VRFocus’ full review of Oculus Quest.

It’s not just the headset and videogames consumers might want to purchase. As a portable headset, owners will likely want to keep their new purchase safe so there’s always the option of the official carry case for £40, or for hygiene how about some cotton cover protection from VR Cover. VRFocus will continue its coverage of Oculus Quest, reporting back with the latest updates.

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