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Meta Quest 2

Meta Quest 2 is now just $200/£200, making access to VR cheaper than ever

The Meta Quest 2 has just had its biggest reduction yet: you can currently pick up this VR headset for just £200/$200. It’s an absolute steal, and a fantastic way to enter the world of virtual reality if you’ve been on the fence for some time.

We love the Meta Quest 2. In our original Meta Quest 2 review back in 2020, we sung the headset’s praises: we loved its screen, its controllers, how easy it was to use, and its library of games. We still love all of that. While it’s since been superseded by the more powerful Meta Quest 3, the 2 is still a capable piece of tech — and if you’re thinking of trying out VR, it’s a fantastic place to start.

The one greatest thing about Meta Quest 2 is that there are no cables. Sure, PSVR 2 might be more powerful, but there’s something to be said for being completely tether-free. With a 2-3 hour battery life, it’s plenty long enough to play whatever you want to before needing a break. And knowing you’re never going to trip over a cable is, perhaps quite literally, a life-saver.

Meta Quest 2

Grab a Meta Quest 2 for just $200/£200

Almost half the price of what it once cost and a whopping $50/£50 saving of its most recent RRP, this is an absolute steal for the Meta Quest 2. It might not be the newest hardware from Meta, but it’s still a powerful headset with an excellent library of games.

There are hundreds of games to play on the Meta Quest store, including some of the best VR games around. Moss, Beat Saber, The Walking Dead: Saints and Sinners — they’re all on here, and plenty more. If you need some inspiration before you buy, we’ve previously rounded up the best games on Meta Quest.

We’re not sure how long this deal will last: it could be a new permanent price point, or it could be around for just a short time. Either way, we think you’ll be wise to pick one up — and you won’t regret it. Especially once you start jumping around and flailing your arms in Beat Saber. There really is no going back.

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