Service users will have access to two new games per month.
VR fans just received some good news yesterday. Meta has announced and launched Meta Quest+, a new subscription that promises access to the best titles on the virtual reality platform. However, Meta Quest + is not quite the same service as Game Pass or PlayStation Plus; instead, the service will give subscribers access to two “carefully curated VR games” per month from a selection of the biggest hits, potential gems, and classics. Quest’s dictionary. Quest 2 and Quest Pro users can subscribe to the Meta Quest+ service for £7.99/$7.99 USD a month or £59.99/$59.99 a year (save over 37%). Alternatively, users can experience the first month for £1/$1 when they sign up before 31 July.
The first two games users had a chance to experience were the FPS rhythm game Pistol Whip by Cloudhead Games and the adventure game Pixel Ripped 1995 by Arvore Immersive Experiences. The titles coming to the service in August are the “uniquely immersive VR experiences” Walkabout Mini Golf from developer Mighty Coconut and Terrible Posture Games’ Mothergunship: Forge. Users can experience the games listed above and all future games that will be available on Meta Quest+ for the duration of the subscription service (subscription can be canceled at any time) and open. access again when the subscription renews later.