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This New Oculus Quest 2 Deal Makes Multiplayer VR Games a Reality

Oculus Quest 2 box

This week Facebook announced an exciting deal where those who buy the Oculus Quest 2 can get a second set for $100 off, making multiplayer VR gaming a reality with friends and family. This deal won’t last for long, though, so you better hurry and snag a new VR headset while you can.

The deal runs from today until September 27th, which means you won’t want to wait. The Oculus Quest 2 now comes with double the storage, too, while costing the same $299 as before. As a result, this is quite the deal as two people can get a 128GB Quest 2 at a heavy discount.

Now that multiplayer VR gaming is more accessible for friends or a family, you’re likely looking for games that take advantage of playing together. One option is BeatSaber, one of the most popular games for the Quest 2. And it just so happens that the Billie Eilish Music Pack just launched today for BeatSaber.

Another excellent option is Star Trek: Bridge Crew, an exciting multiplayer VR game for any Trekkie. It’s available as a single-player, multiplayer, or co-op, so it’s certainly worth trying if you pick up two Oculus Quest 2 headsets.

It’s worth mentioning that there is a chance we’ll see a new Quest Pro later this year. Still, this is a great deal for potential gamers. But, again, the buy one get one for $100 off only lasts until September 27th, and it’s only available from Oculus.com. Grab yours from the link below.

Oculus Quest 2

Get an Oculus Quest 2 with 128GB of storage for $299, and buy a second one for $100 off between now and September 27th.

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