Learn more about Oculus Quest.
Your Oculus Quest comes with:
To use Roomscale, you'll need a safe and unobstructed play area of at least 6.5 feet by 6.5 feet (2 meters by 2 meters). If you have a smaller space than that, you can still use Quest in Stationary Mode.
To set up your Oculus Quest and connect to Wi-Fi, you'll need to download the Oculus app on your mobile phone. The minimum OS requirements for phones to run the Oculus companion app are:
With the Oculus App, you can set up your headset, browse VR games and apps and customize your device settings.
Download the App:
Everything you need to know about pre-ordering Oculus Quest.
You can pre-order Oculus Quest at the following stores:
If you pre-order both Oculus Quest and Oculus Rift S, each device will be shipped separately when it becomes available.
If you pre-order Oculus Quest from Oculus.com and your payment method hasn't been charged yet, you can cancel your pre-order. We won't charge your card until your order is being prepped for shipment.
To cancel your pre-order:
If you preordered Oculus Quest from Oculus.com and your payment method has been charged, the order can no longer be canceled.
Learn how the Oculus Store works with Oculus Quest.
No, Oculus Quest and Oculus Rift S don't support the same Oculus Store.
Oculus Rift S works with the existing Oculus Rift store. Oculus Quest has its own store that will have 50+ titles at launch, some of which are new for Quest and some of which are Rift titles that have been ported over.
For titles that are available for both Oculus Quest and Oculus Rift S, we support the ability to buy once and be entitled to the content on both devices.
With that being said, Oculus believes that it's important to empower the developer to make this decision, so while encouraged, developers are not required to implement cross-buying. The decision to allow for cross-buying is ultimately up to each developer and whatever is best for their business and community.
It's also important to note that Quest and Rift S run on different operating systems, so progress in a game on one device won’t necessarily carry over to the other.