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Oculus Quest 2 is a virtual reality (VR) headset created by Oculus, a division of Meta Platforms, Inc. (formerly known as Facebook, Inc.). It is the successor to the Oculus Quest. The Quest 2 was officially unveiled on September 16, 2020.


Its design is similar to the original Oculus Quest, but replacing the black, cloth-covered exterior with white-colored plastic and a black face pad. It is lighter than the first-generation Quest, at 503 grams (17.7 ounces) in comparison to 571 grams (20.1 ounces).[6] The strap was changed to a fabric-based version, rather than the elastic-based strap of the Quest.

The Quest 2 uses the Qualcomm Snapdragon XR2 SOC (which is part of a Snapdragon product line designed primarily for VR and augmented reality devices), with 6 GB of RAM — an increase of 2 GB over the first-generation model.

Its display is a singular fast-switch LCD panel with a 1832×1920 per eye resolution, which can run at a refresh rate of up to 120 Hz (an increase from 1440×1600 per-eye at 72 Hz). The headset includes physical interpupillary distance (IPD) adjustment at 58 mm, 63 mm and 68 mm, adjusted by physically moving the lenses into each position.

The included Oculus Touch controllers are slightly bigger, influenced by the original Oculus Rift's controllers. Their battery life has also been increased four-fold over the controllers included with the first-generation Quest.

GTA Games on Oculus Quest 2

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  1. Today at Connect, we announced that the Rockstar Games classic Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas is in development for Quest 2. Get a new perspective on Los Santos, San Fierro, and Las Venturas as you experience (again or for the first time) one of gaming’s most iconic open worlds. This is a project many years in the making, and we can’t wait to show you more of it.

    Announced as "In Development" 28 October 2021.