(Pocket-lint) - Logitech G has unveiled two different audio devices for the Oculus Quest 2 designed for "optimal" VR gaming experiences. And you really should. It seems as though Oculus Rift misses out this time as The Climb 2 is only mentioned alongside Oculus Quest. That's $100 cheaper than its predecessor.
This was later hammered home when Oculus announced Quest Link for the Quest headset.
The Quest 2 has also stepped up 6GB RAM (from 4GB) and comes running Qualcomm's latest Snapdragon XR2 platform, thought to be the best virtual reality chipset now on the market. These will include: Star Wars: Tales from the Galaxy's Edge, Myst, Jurassic World Aftermath, Warhammer 40,000 Battle Sister, Pistol Whip: 2089, The Climb 2, and Rez Infinite. An upgrade to a 256GB model will cost $399 / £399, while there's also a Quest 2 Elite Strap available for $49 / £49, and the strap with battery pack and carrying case for $119 / £119, both of which can enhance its comfort and portability.
All current Oculus Quest games are supported, including hits like Beat Saber, Moss and Super Hot VR.
Eventually, this may change as the original Oculus Quest is phased out. The key reveal of the show was the new Oculus Quest 2, its next generation of all-in-one VR headset, with new Touch controllers and highest resolution display ever.
This is a developing story, and we'll continue to update it as more details about the Oculus Quest 2 come in.
Facebook explains in a news post that it will no longer make PC-only hardware going forward. The actual shipment of the product starts on October 13. Especially those who more recently made the leap to VR and pick up the Rift S. Sooner or later, Facebook is going to stop supporting the headset, that's a given.