Meta will have a Meta Quest Showcase event on June 1 to show what will be coming to its VR gear in the next few months and years.
The event starts at 9:45 a.m. PT and will be shown on Facebook, YouTube, Twitch, and Meta’s Horizon Worlds game.
The first two Meta Quest Showcases were events that VR gamers had to go to, and this one will be the same.
Last year, all of these games came out: Red Matter 2, Among Us VR, Bonelab, and The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners. Resident Evil 4 was shown off at the very first Meta Quest Showcase on Quest VR. It is one of the most important games on the platform.
As part of this event, we might see a big Quest VR game on June 1 if it comes out before the end of the year or within the next year.
But it’s unlikely that Meta will talk about the Quest 3 headset at this show. It is likely to come out later in 2023. June might be a little too soon, and the event itself might not be well-known enough. Meta will want to make sure the Quest 3 makes the right kind of splash. The Meta Quest Pro’s lackluster response led to a $500 price drop just over four months after it came out, so the company will want to make sure the Quest 3 does the same.
What plans have been made so far for the year 2023?
Ghostbusters: Rise of the Ghost Lord was first mentioned at the 2022 show in April of last year, but it hasn’t come out yet. On June 2, Meta might put out a new video for a game.
Even though Dead Hook was in last year’s showcase, a release date has not yet been set.
The most exciting things will be the things we don’t know anything about yet. But there is also talk that Meta is thinking about Project Apollo, a membership service for VR games.
There are reports that this is more like the free basic tier of PS Plus, which lets you play a few games each month, than it is like Xbox Game Pass, which lets you play a lot of games at once.
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