Oculus Quest 2 is the next-generation virtual reality headset that will usher in new forms of fun and immersive social experiences. It is built to power amazing VR games, apps, and experiences from a company that’s invested more than $5 billion in VR research over the past decade. With Oculus Quest 2, rooms scale into infinitely massive open worlds, letting players walk around and explore freely without worrying about tripping over wires or encountering barriers. The groundbreaking design features ultra-wide viewing angles on redesigned optics—the closest thing to putting on glasses—that ground you in life-like environments where you can make eye contact with people and see their reactions as you talk.
Oculus Quest 2 is our most advanced all-in-one VR system. More powerful than any other standalone system, it features 6 degrees of freedom that let you move with confidence in VR games and experiences, while Touch controllers unlock natural hand gestures for a sense of true presence in the virtual world.
Standalone VR Gaming
Featuring Touch controllers and made for Bluetooth, this all-in-one device is completely wireless with 6DOF sensors for positioning. Connect to your PC or Mac to expand your library of games.
Incredible mixed reality, in a headset with no PC required.
It enables you to be completely untethered from a PC, with six degrees of freedom (6DoF) motion tracking – letting you get closer to VR than ever before. The high-resolution AMOLED display combined with the next-generation lenses allow for truly immersive visuals like you’ve never seen before.
Oculus Quest 2 is the first all-in-one VR system built for the next generation of play. Packing 6DoF controllers, Oculus Insight tracking, and all the same technologies found in Rift into a headset with no cables attached. This new technology can track your movements without relying on external sensors giving you freedom to move and play anywhere.
Step into a new reality
Oculus Quest 2 is the first all-in-one gaming system built to deliver 6DOF gameplay without a PC, wires, or a phone. Enjoy hand presence in over 400 games across more than 70 titles—with new titles launching soon. Go where no gamer has gone before, with our breakthrough Insight tracking technology that combines sector field motion tracking and Oculus Insight tracking technology to reveal your surroundings in real time, letting you move freely without ever losing yourself in the virtual world. [sic]
Instant immersion into virtual worlds while you play, explore, share and connect with others
First, there was Oculus Go, with its easy setup and comfortable design. Then came Oculus Rift S—the first PC VR gaming headset to offer premium inside-out tracking. The first all-in-one VR system for a whole new reality of gaming that’s built from the ground up for comfort, compatibility, and unrivaled immersive experiences. With six degrees of freedom (6DoF) and Touch controllers built right into the headset, you can use your hands to climb mountains or take down zombies—without worrying about additional sensors.
Oculus Quest 2 is the first-ever all-in-one gaming system for virtual reality. Completely standalone, no PC or phones required, and fully tracked motion controllers for your hands, so you can bring unknown worlds into life in your own living room.
The future of virtual reality just got a little more real
Oculus Quest 2.0 is finally here! The company announced their latest headset, Oculus Quest 2.0, a mobile VR headset that offers six degrees of freedom (6DoF) without any external hardware needed. Unlike other headsets, which require a separate PC or mobile phone to function, this one is completely standalone, meaning it will have access to everything in the ecosystem. This includes things like Oculus TV and Oculus’s growing catalogue of quality content. Oculus Quest has a very different design from its predecessors. It resembles a set of ski goggles, housing two displays with a large black “pouch” made out of foam rubber on both sides to house the integrated sensors required for inside-out tracking.
It’s been said that most things exist in three dimensions. VR will make you believe that the world is really only two-dimensional.