Meta Looking Forward To Launching Quest Pass Subscription Service

Up To Two New Games Or Apps Each Month With Quest Pass Service!

Due to the abundance of features they provide to the user, the Oculus Quest virtual reality headsets have been a tremendous advancement in the virtual reality industry, and they have performed well worldwide.

The Quest VR Headsets have reportedly sold more than 20 million units worldwide, including the Quest 1, 2, and the Oculus Quest Pro, with the most successful being the Oculus Quest 2.

Now Meta looks forward to improving the user experience with the Virtual Reality Headset. Recently, Shiny Quagsire, a Twitter user, discovered through the Quest Android application that Meta might be introducing a subscription service for the Quest, which might be called the Quest Pass.

The project is codenamed ‘Project Apollo,’ and the details can be found in the deep link URL below:

  • oculus://view/platform_subscription

According to the description, subscribers to the service will receive up to two new apps or games each month. It is also stated that users can keep their games and apps as long as they are subscribed to the service, and renewing your subscription will give you access to all the games and apps you previously redeemed using the service.

Given how well gaming subscription services are already performing, this may be a significant game changer for the Quest, especially given that the Oculus Quest 3, the successor to the Oculus Quest 2, is formally on the way and is anticipated to launch somewhere in 2023.

We are excited and looking forward to the Quest subscription service by Meta. This is the limited information we have for now, but we will be on the lookout for more news regarding the Oculus Quest in the future.

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Avinash Jaisrani
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