Meta now offers a Game Pass-like subscription called Quest Plus
If you’re a fan of VR gaming or just looking to try something new, Quest Plus may be the perfect subscription service for you.
Meta, formerly known as Facebook, has recently launched a new VR gaming subscription service called Quest Plus. This new service offers a wide range of virtual reality games and experiences for users to enjoy and eventually criticize to death.
With Quest Plus, users can access a library of over 200 games and apps, including popular titles such as Beat Saber, Superhot VR, and Vader Immortal. The service costs $7.99 monthly or a yearly fee of $59.99.
But that’s not all – Quest Plus also offers exclusive content, discounts on select games, and early access to upcoming releases.
And with the ability to play wirelessly on the Meta Quest 2 headset, users can fully immerse themselves in the virtual world without any cords getting in the way.
With a combination of VR’s biggest hits, hidden gems, and back-catalog classics, this is the most affordable way to grow your library with killer content,” Meta wrote in a blog post about the subscription.
This move by Meta is strategic, as the company aims to expand its presence in the gaming industry and compete with other gaming subscription services such as Xbox Game Pass and PlayStation Now.
With the growing popularity of VR gaming, Quest Plus is sure to attract a large audience of gamers looking for a unique and immersive experience.
So if you’re a fan of VR gaming or just looking to try something new, Quest Plus may be the perfect subscription service for you. With its vast library of games and exclusive content, the possibilities for virtual adventures are endless.
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