Xbox Cloud Gaming is also coming to the Meta Quest Store in the future


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Virtual reality has evolved a lot over the last decade, and Connect has evolved along with it. Today’s Connect keynote covers a lot of ground, from fitness to social platforms to the future of work. This is what we mean when we say VR is the future of general computing. It will touch so many aspects of our lives.

Gaming was one of the first pillars of VR, and gaming is still what gets a lot of you to put on your Meta Quest 2 headset every day. For some, it’s old favorites like Beat Saber and Walkabout Mini Golf. For others, it’s jaw-dropping new adventures like Moss: Book II,Red Matter 2, and BONELAB, games that redefine what’s possible on a mobile headset.

Last month, BONELAB hit the $1 million mark in less than an hour, setting the record as the fastest-selling app in Meta Quest history—but Stress Level Zero isn’t the only developer seeing success. To date, $1.5 billion has been spent on games and apps in the Meta Quest Store, and roughly one in three titles are making revenue in the millions. Both Zenith: The Last City and Resident Evil 4 made over $1 million in under 24 hours, and Blade & Sorcery: Nomad hit that mark in two days. And The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners has surpassed $50 million in revenue on Meta Quest alone, nearly double its revenue on all other platforms.

There are plenty more games to come, and today we had the privilege of showing off some of what you’ll be playing in the coming months and years—from the surprise-announcement of Marvel’s Iron Man VR on Meta Quest 2 to updates on Among Us VR and The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners - Chapter 2: Retribution, a brand-new project from Skydance Interactive, and even…Xbox Cloud Gaming? Believe it. Read on for details, trailers, and more, below.


Sounded interesting until I read it was only a 2D screen.

Cool for people who have a family that hate them using the TV late at night I guess.
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