Wondering where to buy the Oculus Quest 2? Then you've come to the right place, as we have a roundup of the U.S. and U.K. retailers that are selling the virtual reality headset.
The Oculus Quest 2 is one of our picks for the best VR headsets you can buy right now. Just bear in mind that you need to have a Facebook account to properly use the Quest 2. If you're happy with that then you could be in for a VR treat, so check out the links below to see where to buy the Oculus Quest 2.
Where to buy Oculus Quest 2: links and stock updates
- Shop Oculus Quest 2 at Amazon
- Shop Oculus Quest 2 at Oculus
- Shop Oculus Quest 2 at Best Buy
- Shop Oculus Quest 2 at Walmart
- Shop Oculus Quest 2 at Adorama
- Shop Oculus Quest 2 at Newegg
- Shop Oculus Quest 2 at Currys
- Shop Oculus Quest 2 at Amazon UK
- Shop Oculus Quest 2 at John Lewis
- Shop Oculus Quest 2 at Argos
- Shop Oculus Quest 2 at Game
- Shop Oculus Quest 2 at Scan
Oculus Quest 2 stock and deals
Where to buy Oculus Quest 2 in the U.S.
Oculus Quest 2: $299 @ Amazon (check stock)
The Oculus Quest 2 is a stand- alone device that delivers the best VR experience you can get without needing to connect to a powerful gaming PC or console. It packs a Snapdragon XR2 processor with 6GB of RAM, which is a notable step up in specs over the Snapdragon 835 CPU found in its predecessor. Amazon is selling in and out of stock. View Deal
Oculus Quest 2: $299 at Newegg with $15 gift card.
The Oculus Quest 2 is sleek and comfortable, coming in at just over 1 pound. It's got an impressive game library, intuitive controls and good built-in audio, all of which makes this one of the best overall virtual reality headsets to date. Plus, with the Oculus Link cable and a suitably powerful PC, you can use it to play the best PC VR games too.
Where to buy Oculus Quest 2 in the U.K.
Oculus Quest 2: Which model to buy?
You can't really go wrong with either Oculu Quest 2 model. In our Oculus Quest 2 review, we concluded that it's the best VR headset you can buy, and praised its slick, intuitive design, faster performance and better resolution than its predecessor. And for $299, it's the cheapest standalone VR headset to offer 6DOF (meaning hand and head tracking in a 3D space).
For casual gamers, the 64GB model should suffice. However, those who want to have a more extensive library of games and apps, may want to spend a little extra for the 256GB model to avoid constantly downloading and reinstalling software. More demanding games take up more space. Unfortunately, you cannot expand headset storage, so choose wisely.