Meta Launches Quest Plus: Premium VR Subscription with Free Titles

  • Meta introduces Quest Plus: A new virtual reality subscription offering premium titles.
  • Subscribers receive two free titles per month, similar to perks offered by services like PlayStation Plus.
  • The subscription is available for 148.83 ZAR per month or 1,115.84 ZAR per year, with a limited-time offer of 19.00 ZAR for the first month if subscribed before July 31st.
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In a major announcement today, Meta, the parent company of Facebook, revealed its latest venture into the world of virtual reality (VR) with the introduction of Quest Plus. The subscription-based service promises users access to an impressive lineup of premium titles, marking an exciting new chapter for VR enthusiasts.

During the unveiling, Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg highlighted the value proposition of Quest Plus, stating, “With a combination of VR’s biggest hits, hidden gems, and back-catalog classics, this is the most affordable way to grow your library with killer content.” In a blog post detailing the subscription, Meta expressed its commitment to delivering a diverse and captivating selection of titles.

One notable feature of Quest Plus is the inclusion of two free titles each month, reminiscent of popular services like PlayStation Plus. To showcase this benefit, Meta released a video announcement revealing the titles for July: Pistol Whip and Pixel Ripped 1995. Additionally, August will bring the opportunity to claim Walkabout Mini Golf and MOTHERGUNSHIP: FORGE, further adding to the excitement surrounding the subscription.

Claimable games will be made available on the first day of each month, but it is important to note that access to these titles will only be granted as long as users maintain an active subscription. To provide a comprehensive overview of the available titles, inquiries have been made to Meta regarding a complete list of games accessible through the service, with further details expected to be released in due course.

Effective immediately, users can sign up for the Quest Plus subscription. The pricing options include a monthly subscription at $7.99 per month or an annual subscription at $59.99 per year. As an incentive for early adopters, Meta has introduced a limited-time offer where those who sign up for the monthly subscription before July 31st will only pay $1 for the first month.

Quest Plus is currently compatible with Meta’s Quest 2 and Quest Pro headsets, as confirmed by Mark Zuckerberg. Moreover, when the highly anticipated Quest 3 is launched later this year, subscribers can expect seamless compatibility with the new device. This development suggests that Meta will place significant emphasis on promoting the subscription service alongside the release of the new headset in the upcoming fall season.

The introduction of Quest Plus underscores Meta’s commitment to establishing a strong presence in the virtual reality industry. With an enticing library of titles and an affordable pricing structure, Meta is poised to capture the attention of VR enthusiasts and consolidate its position as a leader in the market.

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