Meta has a pretty diverse catalog of VR titles, so many that new users may not know where to start. Making it easier for those trying out VR headsets for the first time, the company is “combining curation and convenience” in the Quest+ subscription service.
Priced at $7.99 USD per month or $59.99 USD annually, Quest+ selects two VR titles each month, giving users a way to experience all the Meta library has to offer. Meta says that Quest+ will contain an assortment of “VR’s biggest hits, hidden gems and back-catalog classics.”
Among some of the games being curated are the FPS Pistol Whip, the arcade Pixel Ripped 1995 and the shooter MOTHERGUNSHIP: FORGE.
Once redeemed, the titles will stay in their library for as long as they’re a Quest+ subscriber and can be revisited time and time again. If a user cancels or pauses their subscription, they’ll still be able to access all of their previously accrued titles upon rejoining.
Available today via the Meta Quest Store, Quest+ with the Quest 2 and Quest Pro headsets, as well as the new Quest 3. For a limited time, Meta is offering new subscribers the first month for $1 USD.
In other gaming news, YouTube is reportedly testing online games dubbed “Playables” for desktop and mobile.