Facebook appear at today’s Connect AR/VR event that it’s absolution a new VR headset: specifically, an adapted adaptation of its Oculus Quest angle called the Quest 2.

The Oculus Quest 2 is, like its predecessor, a standalone angle that can be affiliated with a PC via the Oculus link cable. It’s abate and lighter, with redesigned, more ergonomic controllers. The internals are also accepting an advancement with a Qualcomm Snapdragon XR2, 6GB of RAM, and 1832 x 1920 pixels per eye, and the angle will abutment a 90Hz brace rate. It also has a host of accessories, including custom earbuds and a stronger headstrap that comes with a array pack. It’ll cost $299, much less than the aboriginal Quest, though that’s only for the 64GB model. The 256GB model will set you back $399.

Facebook appears, with this new headset, to be throwing every single ability it possesses at the notion that VR is aloof and acutely expensive. The fact that this angle is $100 cheaper than the Quest 1 is absolutely a plus. Since Facebook intends to retire the Rift S and the aboriginal Quest, it appears it’s going all-in with the Quest as a more accessible, useful VR platform. That said, it’s also fully amalgam it into Facebook — bethink Oculus and Facebook accounts are now one and the same.

As for what you can play on it, Facebook appear it’s bringing new games to the Quest from some pretty acclaimed franchises. Namely, Ubisoft’s making and VR titles, and we’re accepting a VR remake of . We’re also accepting a VR battle royale game (because of course we are) called . Other titles appear accommodate , , and . The Quest 2 will also allegedly be able to play Rift titles as well — it’d better, since going advanced this’ll be Oculus’s only PC VR option.

The Quest 2 will start aircraft on October 13. You can preorder one here.

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