More and more gaming studios rely on subscription models, such as Sony with PlayStation Plus. The latest is Meta with its Quest+ service. It is aimed at owners of the Meta Quest 2 headset, the upcoming Quest 3 and the current top model Quest Pro. Unfortunately, owners of the original Quest headset will get nothing.
Quest+ costs $8 per month or $60 if you pay annually. If you sign up before the end of July, you only pay $1 for the first month. Each month, Meta chooses two games to play as long as you’re a Quest+ subscriber. If you cancel your subscription, you also lose access to the games. If you renew your subscription later, Meta will also restore access to any games you previously had.
The first two games are Pistol Whip, an action FPS, and Pixel Ripped 1995, a nostalgic in-game virtual reality game. Meta’s goal when selecting Quest+ titles is to mix and match some of the most popular VR titles with hidden treasures.
The other two teasers show the new games for August: Walkabout Mini Golf, a miniature golf game, and Mothergunship: Forge, a VR FPS in which you first build hand weapons and then use them as best you can.
PlayStation Plus subscribers also get discounts on game purchases, at least for now. For more info on Meta Quest+ and how to sign up, see the source links.