I have already established that it’s a on the Oculus Quest wireless virtual reality headset, which debuted on Tuesday for $400.
It works almost as well as the Oculus Rift, though the graphics aren’t quite as good as the PC-connected VR headset. But the freedom you get from having no wires in an instantly-available standalone headset makes up for the lesser graphics. When it comes to standalone VR, it’s the convenience, stupid.
In a game like Beat Saber, I don’t care as much that the visuals aren’t quite as spectacular. It is the ease with which I can get up and running in VR that matters.
A few years ago, we were all tantalized by the promise of Palmer Luckey’s Oculus Rift. Facebook acquired Oculus