There are hundreds of games on the Oculus Quest 2, and these are some of the very best.
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Among the several hundred games and apps on the Oculus Quest storefront, most of them cost between $10 and $40 while only offering about 3 to 5 hours of gameplay on average. The Oculus Store isn’t like Steam, where you can build up huge libraries for cheap; and 64GB headset owners have to be careful not to fill up their hard drives with junk.
The fact is, most VR games are short, when what you want is short and sweet. That’s where we come in: Android Central has a staff full of VR fanatics who spend their leisure time blocking out reality with the Oculus Quest 2 — which does run on an Android OS, believe it or not. We’ve spent a lot of time testing out games, good and bad, to figure out which are the best Oculus Quest 2 games that we’d actually recommend.
Here are our top recommendations and personal favorites, whether you want to be scared to death, keep your kids entertained, play with friends and family online or locally, or keep yourself fit while stuck indoors. We’ve broken them down into specific categories and genres, which you can access directly via our jumplist. If one of your favorites isn’t there, feel free to shout them out in the comments, and we’ll give them a spin and see if they’re worth including!
We update this list regularly with new VR games guaranteed to blow your minds. It was last updated on April 30 with a new category (Multiplayer shooters) and two new selections: Contractors (Multiplayer shooters) and Cosmonious High (family-friendly)RECOMMENDED VIDEOS FOR YOU…
Credits — The team that worked on this guide
Michael Hicks is Senior Editor of VR/AR for AC and has dealt with motion sickness since he started trying out virtual reality in 2016 — but likes it too much to stop. When he’s not rocking his Quest 2, Michael covers everything from laptops to soundbars, home security to fitness watches.
Nick Sutrich started with DOS and NES and uses those fond memories of floppy disks and cartridges to fuel his opinions on modern tech. Whether it’s VR, smart home gadgets, or something else that beeps and boops, he’s been writing about it since 2011.
James Bricknell fell in love with VR back when the Lawnmower Man first arrived. Since then, he has used as many headsets as possible and now rocks the Quest 2 as his most used console.
Senior Content Producer — SmartphonesNick started with DOS and NES and uses those fond memories of floppy disks and cartridges to fuel his opinions on modern tech. Whether it’s VR, smart home gadgets, or something else that beeps and boops, he’s been writing about it since 2011. Reach him on Twitter or Instagram @GwanatuMORE ABOUT…Best stress relief phone accessories 2022Is the Pixel 6a water resistant?LATESTGoogle’s upcoming Pixel Tablet could ship with a USI-certified stylus