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Dive into the world of virtual gaming with new Black Friday offers from Meta Quest!

For a limited time, purchase the Meta Quest 2 Special Edition Bundle with Resident Evil 4 and Beat Saber starting from just $539.99!

You can also pick up even more games for your Meta Quest, because select games are now up to 45% off for Black Friday! Check out a few of our favourite offers below.

Black Friday Deals on games are valid through November 29 at 10 AM PT. The Meta Quest 2 Bundle is available for a limited time only and qualifies for free shipping.

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    • Red Matter 2 is today daily deal at 40% off.
      great game with amazing graphics...makes you wonder what all the other devs are doing wrong graphic wise
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    • What's the best way to play pcvr on this?

      I'm currently using alvr and it's working fine aside from the occasional stutter.

      There are ugly compression artifacts so I'm thinking of increasing bandwith from 30mbps

      Apparently USB streaming works but I haven't tried it
      For wireless, I use Virtual Desktop and it's amazing with lots of settings.
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    • What's the best way to play pcvr on this?

      I'm currently using alvr and it's working fine aside from the occasional stutter.

      There are ugly compression artifacts so I'm thinking of increasing bandwith from 30mbps

      Apparently USB streaming works but I haven't tried it
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    • Red Matter 2 is today daily deal at 40% off.
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    • This is my favourite deal of the year’s Black Friday!
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    • Damn time to dust off my quest from last year. Any games that are worth? I got most of the top hits from last year already
      Real VR fishing
      Walkabout golf
      Puzzling places
      Iron man VR
      Moss 1 & 2
      Little cities
      Vader immortal series
      in death unchained
      robo recall
      golf+
      i expect you to die 1 & 2
      premium bowling or forevr bowl which ever you prefer graphics wise.
      jurassic world
      contractors
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    • What is the purpose of having virtual desktop? Isn't Quest's air link the exact same thing ?
      From most of my friends air link is troublesome on windows 11 so they use virtual desktop.
      All my friends on windows 10 have no issues with air link.
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    • I have something similar to Mviioe one. Waited 6months as I used the regular oculus strap. It’s worth the investment to get something that makes the gameplay soo much more comfortable. Also if others are using the same oculus set, it easier as there is very little adjustment time needed.
      Highly recommend upgrading your headset to this.
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    • Looking to buy an elite type strap maybe with battery pack, which ones are better, or people that have them, do you like them.
      Would you buy something different next time.
      Thanks!

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    • I bought a ton of games when i got quest 2 last black friday when they were on sale then. Some fun games were real vr fishing (so relaxing), walkabout golf, walking dead, and much more. I still have many games i havent even played yet like climb 2, star wars, superhot. VR is weird, i find it like a novalty I havent touched my headset since May, but now find myself interested to try again. Maybe VR for me is more of a winter thing. Your head can get so hot with it on and summertime can make it worse if not a cool room. Its definitely something one doesnt play every day
      Kinda same for me, didn't touch it at all during summer, because of the heat and I have to bring out the air conditioning machine which take room in my game space.
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    • I bought a ton of games when i got quest 2 last black friday when they were on sale then. Some fun games were real vr fishing (so relaxing), walkabout golf, walking dead, and much more. I still have many games i havent even played yet like climb 2, star wars, superhot. VR is weird, i find it like a novalty I havent touched my headset since May, but now find myself interested to try again. Maybe VR for me is more of a winter thing. Your head can get so hot with it on and summertime can make it worse if not a cool room. Its definitely something one doesnt play every day
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    • Job Simulator at 45% off for the daily deal (Lowest price ever)
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    • Small bump, the daily deal today is Virtual Desktop at 36% off.
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    • Damn time to dust off my quest from last year. Any games that are worth? I got most of the top hits from last year already
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    • What cloud computer you access? Is it a website or service? Do you essentially give your steam account info to said computer? We bought the oculus but don’t have enough GPU power on current computer
      I've rented from AWS, Shadow, and Paperspace.
      All 3 provide you with a full VM so you can do anything you would do on a PC.
      Obviously with that you have to log into Steam on their hardware though.

      If you don't have a gaming machine at all and game a lot, Shadow is what I'd go with. It's the most expensive but doesn't have recurring usage fees. $40/month buys you unlimited usage.
      Paperspace is my next favorite because your recurring fees are like $5/month but you pay per hour. What you actually pay per hour depends on the machine specs you want. I pay like $10-20/month depending on how much I use it but I also picked a beefier machine.
      AWS is interesting because you can select basically any combination of hardware you want but you're paying (sometimes a huge amount) for it.
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    • It does no doubt, plus it's less finnicky.
      You trade off convenience for experience.

      With that said, I game remotely with a cloud computer sometimes which means like an extra 50ms to California (from Vancouver) and it's fine in most cases.
      I wouldn't play a competitive game but for most things it works.
      What cloud computer you access? Is it a website or service? Do you essentially give your steam account info to said computer? We bought the oculus but don’t have enough GPU power on current computer
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    • Virtual Desktop is definitely more refined.
      Airlink works (kinda) but without some work (ie a VPN) you have to be on the same network.
      Virtual Desktop is also a better product all around.
      Airlink works in a pinch if you're cheap.
      Thanks. I bought Virtual Desktop when I first got my Quest but haven't used it since they released Airlink. I'll definitely play around with it more
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    • Thanks for the explaination, didn't know Virtual Desktop went that far in their integration.
      It has some quirks still (because it's wireless) but for all intents and purposes it's pretty damn awesome.
      For a second my imagination went wild and thought you had somehow made your own Steam Deck type of remote gaming setup with a cloud machine or something haha.
      Technically speaking you can use Remote Play on your Steam Deck.

      I actually do "flat" gaming remotely too.
      Buy a cheaper notebook and stream the game to the desktop/laptop via Parsec.
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    • Basically you install Virtual Desktop on the VR device and then install the "streaming" app onto the PC.
      They're very tightly integrated so any streaming device will be picked up from the headset even if it's not physically on the same network.

      You need real good wifi all the time (otherwise @OutsideYourWorld would be able to use wireless) and a pretty solid internet connection if you plan on playing remotely.
      When I travel outside of North America for example I bring my gaming laptop or NUC because I can't trust a hotel in the Dominican will have wifi good enough for web browsing let alone streaming of VR.


      Virtual Desktop is definitely more refined.
      Airlink works (kinda) but without some work (ie a VPN) you have to be on the same network.
      Virtual Desktop is also a better product all around.
      Airlink works in a pinch if you're cheap.
      Thanks for the explaination, didn't know Virtual Desktop went that far in their integration.
      For a second my imagination went wild and thought you had somehow made your own Steam Deck type of remote gaming setup with a cloud machine or something haha.
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    • What is the purpose of having virtual desktop? Isn't Quest's air link the exact same thing ?
      It does good in some areas that airlink doesn't from what I read.
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    • woah, that for the oculus or some other game?
      How's that setup?
      Basically you install Virtual Desktop on the VR device and then install the "streaming" app onto the PC.
      They're very tightly integrated so any streaming device will be picked up from the headset even if it's not physically on the same network.

      You need real good wifi all the time (otherwise @OutsideYourWorld would be able to use wireless) and a pretty solid internet connection if you plan on playing remotely.
      When I travel outside of North America for example I bring my gaming laptop or NUC because I can't trust a hotel in the Dominican will have wifi good enough for web browsing let alone streaming of VR.
      What is the purpose of having virtual desktop? Isn't Quest's air link the exact same thing ?
      Virtual Desktop is definitely more refined.
      Airlink works (kinda) but without some work (ie a VPN) you have to be on the same network.
      Virtual Desktop is also a better product all around.
      Airlink works in a pinch if you're cheap.
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    • boo no virtual desktop

      btw, if your pc can handle it, you can play some of these for cheaper via Steam:
      humble-bundle-black-friday-vr-sale-2579723/
      What is the purpose of having virtual desktop? Isn't Quest's air link the exact same thing ?
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    • It does no doubt, plus it's less finnicky.
      You trade off convenience for experience.

      With that said, I game remotely with a cloud computer sometimes which means like an extra 50ms to California (from Vancouver) and it's fine in most cases.
      I wouldn't play a competitive game but for most things it works.
      woah, that for the oculus or some other game?
      How's that setup?
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    • Who plays tethered though? Virtual Desktop (or if you're cheap and don't mind tinkering ALVR) allows for a wireless experience.
      I do wired. My wifi connection isn't strong enough for it to be acceptable.
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    • From what I read the usb still gives better response.
      It does no doubt, plus it's less finnicky.
      You trade off convenience for experience.

      With that said, I game remotely with a cloud computer sometimes which means like an extra 50ms to California (from Vancouver) and it's fine in most cases.
      I wouldn't play a competitive game but for most things it works.
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    • Who plays tethered though? Virtual Desktop (or if you're cheap and don't mind tinkering ALVR) allows for a wireless experience.
      I just got a VR capable PC, so I don't know what's the latency like.
      But I plan on trying out HL: Alyx next. From what I read the usb still gives better response.
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    • well also depends if the game needs lots of movements.
      I wouldn't want to be tethered down by usb or play it in my small office room (where my router is for wireless), if it's one that I need to move alot.
      Who plays tethered though? Virtual Desktop (or if you're cheap and don't mind tinkering ALVR) allows for a wireless experience.
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    • PC is like that as well. To be fair, how many games out there have infinite replay value?
      Personally I'd rather go with Steam and Family account sharing.
      well also depends if the game needs lots of movements.
      I wouldn't want to be tethered down by usb or play it in my small office room (where my router is for wireless), if it's one that I need to move alot.
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    • But then with a few exceptions, many of the VR games I've gotten for the Oculus, ended up being a one timer.
      Spend a few hours on it and the whole story's done.
      Maybe take that into factor as well before spending the full amount on the Oculus version.
      PC is like that as well. To be fair, how many games out there have infinite replay value?
      Personally I'd rather go with Steam and Family account sharing.
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    • I'm not sure how to feel about this.
      I'm 100% not buying a game on Oculus ever (my only purchase is Virtual Desktop) but it's hard to compare.
      With Virtual Desktop you need $1000+ worth of PC to run the games or renting one by the hour.
      It's also not nearly as convenient as clicking a button and launching.

      To go from cold to into a game with Virtual Desktop takes a few minutes of wrangling vs you're in the game in 30 seconds.
      Granted... the game sucks because you're effectively playing on a phone('s processor) vs a full blown PC but yeah.

      Hence why I'm conflicted.
      But then with a few exceptions, many of the VR games I've gotten for the Oculus, ended up being a one timer.
      Spend a few hours on it and the whole story's done.
      Maybe take that into factor as well before spending the full amount on the Oculus version.
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    • boo no virtual desktop

      btw, if your pc can handle it, you can play some of these for cheaper via Steam:
      humble-bundle-black-friday-vr-sale-2579723/
      I'm not sure how to feel about this.
      I'm 100% not buying a game on Oculus ever (my only purchase is Virtual Desktop) but it's hard to compare.
      With Virtual Desktop you need $1000+ worth of PC to run the games or renting one by the hour.
      It's also not nearly as convenient as clicking a button and launching.

      To go from cold to into a game with Virtual Desktop takes a few minutes of wrangling vs you're in the game in 30 seconds.
      Granted... the game sucks because you're effectively playing on a phone('s processor) vs a full blown PC but yeah.

      Hence why I'm conflicted.
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    • Is this Metaverse ready?
      Not yet, but luckily VR games are ready.
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    • Whoops. I should preface. I have Xbox Game Pass Ultimate for PC. So I have to tether my Oculus to my PC and make sure it's turned on before launching the game in Game Pass.
      This is not the same as the VR editions.
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    • Is this Metaverse ready?
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    • Whoops. I should preface. I have Xbox Game Pass Ultimate for PC. So I have to tether my Oculus to my PC and make sure it's turned on before launching the game in Game Pass.
      Are you sure? Are you using virtual desktop?
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    • Really? You don't have to buy the VR versions?
      Whoops. I should preface. I have Xbox Game Pass Ultimate for PC. So I have to tether my Oculus to my PC and make sure it's turned on before launching the game in Game Pass.
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    • As someone who has not followed VR prices at all in the past few years - Should we expect good hardware sales for BF? or is the Quest 2 for $469 at Bestbuy the best we can expect?
      That's the holiday promo. I wouldn't expect the price to go lower. It comes bundled with Beat Saber and Resident Evil 4, two great games for the Quest.

      If you have any doubts about VR, I would suggest buying from Amazon because Best Buy does not allow refunds on opened VR headsets.
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    • As someone who has not followed VR prices at all in the past few years - Should we expect good hardware sales for BF? or is the Quest 2 for $469 at Bestbuy the best we can expect?
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    • Acron is an amazing party vr game highly recommended for local co-op with players on their mobile as squirrels trying to steal acorns and one person as a tree in VR. Had a blast this weekend playing it with some friends.

      If you are getting a quest 2 for this holiday season. Don't forget to get your friends to send you referral codes before registering. Basically, the referral pays for these games and then some with these sales.
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    • For those with Xbox Game Pass Ultimate you can play those games in standard mode and VR mode for free.
      Really? You don't have to buy the VR versions?
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