Given that I only play PC-VR games, I'd like to know if a Meta account
will still allow me to play Oculus games using Revive? I want to be able
to continue to play the games I purchased even if I don't get an Oculus
Quest atm. Also, if I have not cre...
Would it be worth buying the Quest 2 now or waiting for Quest pro? I've
heard Quest pro has eye tracking, but some people are saying it's not
much use for games yet because there are no games that use it. I thought
eye tracking was hardware related a...
I see Meta said they would be changing the facebook requirment to login
in August. I don't have a Facebook account and never will have one. I
don't mind the Meta account without the Facebook account though, but
when I login to these forums, it just g...
I bought into Oculus when the Oculus VR headsets first came out. When
Facebook took over, Oculus users were told they would still be able to
play the games they purchased up until 2023 without signing up to a
Facebook account. I also think I recall O...
Last couple of times I logged into the forums, I've clicked on community
and can't see the categories anymore. I click on community and it does
nothing, it just keeps me on that silly screen where you see a scrolling
list of the latest posts. I can't...
@Lethal_Aims -Yes, it is very misleading and needs clearing up. Does
this @Ryanality not comment here on such matters and clear them up? I've
seen a few people ask him things in this post and he doesn't respond to
I'm not sure what you mean by this. Are you saying that after creating a
meta account that you don't have to create an Horizon VR social account?
You can just create a meta account and continue to use your Oculus
account games?Here's something that's...
Thanks for the repiles. I expect this Quest 2 pro to be a lot more then
the Quest 2, so I'm still unsure what to do. I won't be playing mobile
VR, it was mainly going to be used to play wireless PC-VR. So would
Quest 2 be the better purchase for that...
@kojack- Why don't Meta explain things in more simpler terms, or am I
just not getting it? Please read the link below. At the start of the the
article is says your real name ..etc, is not going to be visible to the
public, but then futher down is say...