10 Best Games You Can Play On Oculus Quest 2
Just like PlayStation and Xbox released their newer consoles last year, VR technology also got the next-gen treatment with Oculus Quest 2 release. This all-in-one VR has new Touch controllers and the highest-resolution display for the Quest consoles ever.
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The Oculus Quest 2 supports a 90 Hz display, has 6 GB of RAM and 50% more pixels than the first Quest. When it comes to games, players can access the content library available for the Quest and newer titles set in the Star Wars' and The Walking Dead's universe. This console is also compatible with Oculus Link, so you get to play PC VR titles as well. If you're overwhelmed by all of the game options, take a look at the best ones you can play right now with your Oculus Quest 2.
10 Five Nights At Freddy's: Help Wanted
Before indie titles like Hades or Among Us took over the gaming scene like a storm, FNAF was one of the first indie games that came out of nowhere, and suddenly everyone was playing it. This franchise started out as a silly mobile game with lots of jumpscares and a dark story. Nowadays, the FNAF universe has various games, a book series, and even multiple timelines.
The last installment in the series is Five Nights at Freddy's: Help Wanted. Just like the other games, you'll start as a newly hired security guard who will have to try and survive murderous animatronics. This time around, fans will play through classic and new mini-games set in the FNAF universe.
9 Richie's Plank Experience
Those who are scared of heights might want to sit this one out; however, if you like the adrenaline that comes with being in a tall building, Richie's Plank Experience is the game for you.
You'll have to try to walk in a plank that's 80 stories high in this game. But it has more to offer, like Hero Academy, where you can fly through the city or the hardcore Nightmare Mode. This is the perfect game to show off your newly bought Oculus Quest 2 and just how much immersion anyone can get from the console. Bonus points if you actually use a real-life plank when playing this game.
8 The Thrill Of The Fight
Remember when the Nintendo Wii first came out, and you could box against those funny looking Wii Avatars? Well, The Thrill Of The Fight is kind of like that but so much more. In this game, you'll have your own virtual gym inside the Oculus Quest 2.
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In there, you can learn how to land the perfect KO blow, block punches, or evade swings. It's up to you! This is an ideal game to do your daily workout while still having some fun, so make sure you have the appropriate room space to move around and throw some punches.
FPS are great, but you know how they could be better? With a full-on immersion experience. Onward delivers just that, combining military simulation gameplay with VR tech.
During Onward, you won't be using minimaps. Instead, you'll have to rely on coordination and communication with your team to survive this game. There are many game modes, like solo, coop, and competitive. This means you can play with your friends, even if they have another console, as this game supports cross-platform combat.
6 Population: One
Battle Royale type games have been on the rise since Fortnite brought the genre back to life; just look at the popularity of some newer titles like Fall Guys or Spellbreak. If you like these types of games, definitely give Population: One a try.
This game has new additions to the genre, like a unique Vertical combat System that lets players fly through the map or climb on anything they see. You will also have to use the environment to your advantage by building strategic cover.
5 The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners
TWD world is rich with lore and compelling characters that show the best and the worst of human beings. In The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners, you'll get to live the zombie experience first-hand thanks to VR technology.
This TWD game places players in New Orleans, where they'll have to sneak, scavenge and fight with all they have in order to survive this apocalyptic world. As a survivor, you'll get to choose what type of person you're going to be and who is your friend or your enemy.
4 Job Simulator
Usually, games try to take players to a different world where they can leave behind real-life problems, like their jobs. Not Job Simulator, though. With quirky humor and fun gameplay, this title manages to make something as dull and mundane as jobs are really entertaining.
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In Job Simulator, robots control the world, and you can use a simulator to see what jobs were like back in the day when humans still were around. You'll get to play as an office worker, a gourmet chef, a convenience store clerk, and many more. All in hopes you can learn how to "job."
3 Superhot VR
Superhot has been around for a couple of years and still manages to deliver a super fun experience, thanks to its innovative gameplay where time moves only when you do.
The VR version made some improvements to the title to make it the ultimate VR game. In Superhot VR, you are outnumbered, and with no gun, so you'll have to use your wits to snatch a weapon from a fallen enemy and figure out the puzzle that is slow-motion combat.
2 Star Wars: Tales From The Galaxy's Edge
The Star Wars universe is so rich in stories and characters, fans always have something to feed their hunger. With Star Wars: Tales from the Galaxy's Edge, you'll get to explore Batuu and play alongside iconic characters like C-3PO or R2-D2.
Choose your own adventure; maybe you want to visit the cantina and take up some mission or help the legendary Jedi Master, Yoda. It's all up to you!
1 Beat Saber
You've probably seen this game before as it was popular on Twitch, and rightly so. Beat Saber combines Guitar Hero's addictive gameplay with the physical possibilities of VR technology.
In Beat Saber, you win by slashing the cubes, or beats as they're called in the game, that are coming your way. The best part? You use a lightsaber-type weapon to do so. There are different types of sabers because some beats need different weapons to destroy them. So you'll have to pay attention to see which saber to use and in which direction to cut.
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