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Newbie question

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Just bought quest 2 for family Christmas present. If several people in family want to play against each other do we need to have more than one quest 2 or can it be “shared”   Meaning do games save so next family member can play against others scores do we need two headsets to play each other at once? New to all of this and not sure how of this works so I want to make sure I’m not about to create a problem Christmas morning if we just have one


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Hey there, Agentalgee! This is a case by case question! Games like Beat Saber, can be played taking turns whilst it tracks high scores and allows you to input a name to track whos score is whos! Other games like VR chat, have their own account system so one device would be linked to one account and would require another device and account to interact with another person in the same household! As for a story based single player game like The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners; One admin account can be registered to the device and game share to other accounts also linked on the device. This way, every member of the family can experience story based games on their own time and on their own save file! We hope this helped!