The Oculus Quest won’t be released until May 21, 2019. If you remember, the first version of Oculus Rift was released in March 2016 and it took an additional two years for Oculus to release the next version of this hardware in October 2018. As a result, we don’t know whether state-of-the-art technology like inside the Quest will make VR games more engaging or will make them easier for gamers to enjoy them. That’s why we wanted to talk about the issues which might arise in VR games 2 years from now when most of us will be playing those games on our Oculus Quest headsets
Oculus Quest 2 Games are Easy to Play
The Oculus Quest is a VR headset that is easy to use and has a high-quality screen. The Quest comes with six games, but you can also play other games on it. If you have played the Rift or Vive in the past, then it will not be difficult to get started with the Quest.
The Oculus Quest uses two joysticks and two triggers to control your character. The controllers are similar to those used in many other VR headsets such as the Oculus Go and Samsung Gear VR. You can also use your own controllers if you prefer them over these ones.
Oculus Quest 2 games are a bit hard to play. There are no controllers, which means you have to use your hands to move around and interact with objects in the game. This can be difficult, especially if you are new to VR. The good news is that there are some simple games that anyone can try out, even if they are not used to VR.
The following are some great oculus quest 2 games:
Superhot VR – Superhot VR is a popular first-person shooter game where time only moves when you do. You can slow down bullets or even stop them completely as long as you stay still. If someone throws a knife at your head and it’s about to hit, just move your head out of the way and it will pass through air like water instead of hitting your face!
Beat Saber – Beat Saber is a rhythm-based lightsaber game where you chop up blocks that fly towards you with two lightsabers on each hand. Each block has a color and symbol on it and corresponds with one of four buttons on each controller. The idea is to slice through all the blocks before they reach the bottom of the screen, so make sure to keep an eye on both sides at once!