New Delhi. Meta recently held the Meta Quest Gaming Showcase for 2022. This is the second annual event of its kind. It featured a series of games in a 30-minute presentation. These are all for the company’s VR gaming Oculus Quest. As anticipated, VR gaming is definitely an important section as far as the meta category is concerned it plans for the future.
After all, the company already has a complete ecosystem for gaming experiences in the virtual world. It already sells the Oculus Quest VR headset and gear, and it’s one of the most popular options available on the market right now. Now only Meta has to bring more content to the platform and for gamers who want a VR experience, Oculus Quest will be the go-to option.
Let’s take a look at the list of games that Meta has planned for this year and the next show does just that. From Ghostbusters to Among Us, there are tons of options.
This franchise needs no introduction. Meta’s plans to come out with its VR version are largely based on that. As Meta explains in its blog, Ghostbusters VR will let you “track, blast, and trap ghosts” in Ghostbusters universes, with options for single as well as multiplayer gaming.
The Walking Dead: Saints and Sinners –
The Walking Dead: A sequel to Saints and Sinners, which was released two years ago, the game by Skydance Interactive will release the story in New Orleans in a “more dangerous” setting than before.
It is set to release later this year. Bonelab will come as a successor to the hugely popular VR game Boneworks. It will be available for both Quest 2 and PC VR. There will be a new story in this.
The hugely popular online multiplayer game will be offered in a VR version by the end of 2022. The VR version will be produced in partnership with Innersloth, Robot Teddy and Shell Games. Meta will also announce a long-term partnership with Shell Games, known for creating interactive game experiences for three more gaming titles.
ResidentEvil 4 –
Completely rebuilt for VR by Armature Studios, Oculus Studios and Capcom. The Mercenaries is now available as a free update for those who own Resident Evil 4 on Meta Quest 2.